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SttplVttk tegummg April 20, 190B 



10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive ILead- 
ing, 2nd Selection. Hymns, 112, 341. 111. 
Sermon by Professor Edward Y. Hineks, tl The 
Problem of Physical Evil in Life. 11 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 253. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

4.45 Teachers' Training Class. Discussion 
upon Habits; the Ideal Sunday School; two of 
the teachers will illustrate story-telling. All 
teachers are invited. 

Members of the Courteous Circle present 
will remain afterwards for five minutes* consul- 
tation. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. — Subject: "Among the Wheat and 
Tares 11 , Matt. 13: 24-30; leader. Miss Evelyn 
Hardy. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by Mr. 
John R. Anderson of the Boston Floating Hos- 
pital. Mr. Anderson is an always popular 
visitor, and the Floating Hospital an appealing 
charity. Its opportunities to relieve suffering- 
are far beyond its means. A collection will be 
taken. 

'■"iEeonesoa^ 

10.30 and 2.00 In Eliot Church, Lowell, an- 
nual meeting of the Lowell Alliance, Women's 
Home Missionary Association. 

3.00 Bible Ten of The Courteous Circle. 

7.45 Gathering of preparation for the Com- 
munion. 



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Sttpllwk beginning April 20, 190fi 

£#uvs&a£ 

3. 30 Last Prayer Meeting for the season of 
the Women's Union. Subject: a Come ye 
Apart", Mark 6: 81; leader, Miss Hattie Erv- 
ing, 

7.45 The Courteous Circle. Subject: "Find- 
ing God in the Conscience 11 , Psalm 15. 

Is conscience the voice of God ? Is it infallible ? 
How shall we educate conscience and test its 
judgment ? 

Please remember the suggestion-ballots 
asked for at the last meeting. 



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The Prudential Committee propounds the 

following for admission to this church and 

commends them to prayerful consideration: 

By letter, Mrs. Emily W. Bursley from the 

Seminary Church. Mr. Amnion P. Richardson 

from the West Church; by profession of faith, 

Mr. George L. Bursley, Anna V. Bursley, Miss 

Jane Coulter, Mrs. Wilhelmina Creely, Miss 

Fannie G. Erving, Mr. William Hardy. Mrs. 

Isabella Parker. Mrs. Anna M. Woodbridge. 

The delegates to the Andover Conference in 
Lowell on Tuesday were: Mrs. J. W. Barnard. 
Miss Lois Cummings. Mr. F. TL Foster. Mr. 
J. E. Holt. Miss II. M. Richardson. Mr. Ship- 
man. Rev. Mr. Torrev. 



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Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



OiltP Wnk bwjlumng iRay B, 1HU6 



J&unoay 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, page 122 in the Psalter. Lesson, John (>: 
22-40. 52-65. Hymns, 299. 289. 296. Sermon, 
"The Words of Jesus Food for Life", John 
0: 63. 

Morning Service will be followed by Cele- 
bration of the Holy Communion. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 12.00, Main department. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Temperance meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E.; leader, Mr. Jonathan E. Holt. 
Each member is asked to bring some thought 
or fact about the subject. All members of the 
congregation are invited to the meeting. 



(JYlondaj? ' 

7.45 In the parlor, meeting of leaders and 
officers of The Courteous Circle. Important. 



T£>eones5a£ 

10. 30 and 2 00 In the Congregational Church, 
Methuen. the Andover and Woburn Branch, 
Woman's Hoard of Missions. Lunch (25 cts.) 
at 12.30. An interesting speaker of the after- 
noon will be Senorita Marcial, who is a tal- 
ented graduate of Mrs. Gulick's School in 
Spain. 



7.45 Our Midweek Meeting. Subject, 
"The Church viewed through the windows of 
Today's Sunday-school Lesson", Matthew 13: 
24-:)0. Let us have a roomful to take this 
view together. 

£6ut9&a£ 

7.45 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. J. 
E. Murphy, Lewis street; leader, Mr. Ship- 
man. 

$ri6a£ 

7.45 Quarterly meeting of the Andover C. 
E. Union. Group conferences on committee 
work will be held, followed by a social some- 
what longer than the Union usually allows 

itself. 



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The Women's Union has elected officers for 
another year as follows: President, Miss Mary 
Alice Abbot; vice-president, Mrs. J. Warren 
Barnard: secretary, Miss Bewes; treasurer, 
Miss Ellis; heads of committees: prayer-meet- 
ing, Mrs. Carlton; home missions, Miss .lack- 
son: foreign missions, Mrs. Bell; hospitality, 
Mrs. Alden; sewing, 31 is. Poor; social, Mrs. 
I". II. Foster and Mrs. Shaw; domestic, Mrs 
George T. Abbott. 

The collection last Sunday night for the 
Boston Floating Hospital amounted to 120.00. 



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Carlton, 

T. Frank 

Mrs. J. 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. 

Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 

Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 
Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 

David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wish s to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 

STREET NO 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



u% Wwk tagummg ilag 13, 1906 

J&un6a£ 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive head- 
ing, 3rd Selection. Hymns, 3, 458, 560. Ser- 
mon by Rev. William Park, minister of Rose- 
mary Church. Belfast, Ireland. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday. 1(50. 

3.00 .Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Discussion on 
•'The Right Employments of Sunday.'" led by 
Miss Fannie J. Erving. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor — the last in series on life of Saul — 
"The Death of Saul." 

(Ytton&a^ 

7.45 Monthly meeting of the Teachers of 
the Sunday-school. 

£ues6ay 

7.30 Executive Committee of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. 8.00, all other committees. 

7.45 Midweek Meeting of the Church. 

Subject, "What I brought away from the Sun- 
day-school Lesson," Mark 5: 1-20. 



Gtyr OT^k tegwmng Mm 13, 1906 

£{juraoa£ 
3.00 (Note the change of hour). Home 
Missionary meeting of the Women's Union. 

7.45 Adjourned Parish Meeting. 

8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. 
William Shepherd, Whittier street; leader, 
Mr. .Joseph Sommers. 

8.00 Meeting of the Ministering Ten with 
Miss M. Winnie Burtt, Elm street. 



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The following were received into this Church 
last Sunday: Mrs. Anna M. Woodbridge, Mr. 
George L. Bursley, Mrs. Emilie A. Bursley, 
Anna V. Bursley, Highland Road;. Miss Jane 
(i. Coulter, Mrs. Wilhelmina Creely, Brick 
Block, Abbott Village; Miss Fannie J. Erving, 
59 Salem street; Mr. William A. Hardy. IT 
Maple avenue; Mrs. Isabella Parker, Abbot 
street; Mr. Amnion P. Richardson, 73 Park 
street. 

Lillian Edith Lawrence, whose sad death oc- 
curred on Monday, was a member of both our 
Sunday-school and our young people's society. 
She had a vigorous, cheerful, lovable nature, 
and, witli her intense love of singing, she en- 
tered witli enjoyment into the services of the 
church. 



QUturrlj Simtnry 



Pastob: Frank R. Shipman: residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt. Charles II. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Coi bteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, T."> Cen- 
tral Street. Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




HE SOUTH CHURCH 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



ulljr Wnk tagtmtmg iHag 20, 19D6 



Jf>un&a£ 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 4th Selection. Lessons, Psalm 40. Reve- 
lation 14:1-18. Hymns, 125, 623, 499. Child- 
ren's Sermon, "Songs. 11 Sermon, ''The 
Christian Faith in Dr. Bickersteth's Hymns. 11 
Rev. 15:3. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday. 198. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Missionary Meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor. " The Tragedy of an Incomplete Friend- 
ship." 2 Samuel 1. 



Wcbnzsbay 

7.45 Midweek Meeting of the Church. 
Subject. " The Church and Reforms. 1 " Romans 
12:1-21. 

The problem of uplifting. The church reforming itself. 
What method should the leadership of the church take ? What 
reforms are most pressing? 

Rev. Clark Carter will report from the meet- 
ing of the State Association at Worcester. 



GJljr Wwk teguuifng Hay 20, 1900 

8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. 
Frank Blunt, Central street ; leader. Mr. Law- 
rence. 

Friday 

3.30 The Sunshine Ten of the Courteous 
Circle will pack a barrel for the Sunshine 
headquarters in Boston. Gifts of clothing, 
pictures, reading matter, etc., are solicited. 



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Miss Mabel Peirce of Methuen is the new 
organist of our church. She has been wel- 
comed already by many of the congregation, 
and we trust that she will speedily feel at 
home with us. 

June 10 will be observed as Children's 
Sunday. Parents desiring to bring their 
children for baptism are asked to inform the 
pastor soon of their wishes. 

The last Teachers' Training Class will be 
held next Sunday. 

A number of plates, used in the socials of 
last fall and winter remain uncalled for. The 
committee (Miss Robinson, chairman) would 
be relieved to have them reclaimed. 



(Xlutrrh Btmtarg 



Pastor: Prank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49 12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Di \uins: Charles F. Bell, Pranlc T. Carlton. 
Francis II, Foster, ( harles II. Gilbert, 'I'. Prank 
Pratt. Charles II. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary A-lice Abbot, Mrs. .1. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank P. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker. David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
t> ndent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, /V<n/'- 
<h nt. 

Coi rteous Circle: Mrs. T. Prank Pratt. Leader 

Y. P. s. C. E.: Harrys, l.owd. President. 

■ U NIOB V. P. S. C. F..: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 

Superintendent. 
PARISH: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. F. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
.1. Warren Perry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel F. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver \Y. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with Strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after .my service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence; 
new-comets; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag 

N \ M E 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers t( 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Stye Week fogtmring IHtig 2f, 19Hfi 



^unbay 



10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 42nd Selection. Lessons, Isiiah 1, Luke 3: 
1-15. Hymns, 329, 498, 659. Children's Ser- 
mon, ''Sunday in Andover 45 years Ago.' 1 
Sermon, "National Righteousness, 11 Isaiah, 
11: 11. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday. 199. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. This will be 
the last meeting of the season. 

4.45 Last session of the Teachers 1 Train- 
ing Class. Discussion of summer plans; the 
ideal teacher; ideas received from the seven 
months 1 course. 

6.30 Consecration Meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. " Lessons from Christ's Mir- 
acles of Healing; '* leader. Miss Mary Batch- 
elor. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by Rev. 
George II . Gutterson. New England secretary 
of the American Missionary Association. A 
collection will be taken for mission work in 
the South. 



®lj? Wnk beginning ffllatj 27, 1906 



'Wtbncabay 

7.45 Midweek Meeting of the Church. 
Subject, ' k Bread for Many Sufferers, 1 ' John, G. 

8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. 
Andrew Murphy, Central Street; leader, Dea. 
E. F. Holt. 

-§V\bay 

3.00 Social of the Home Department of the 
Bible School. Mr. Frank G. Kellogg, home 
department secretary of Maiden District, will 
address the department. He is an efficient 
worker and enthusiastic speaker. His father. 
Rev. Elijah Kellogg, will be remembered by 
men who, as boys, read his " Lion Ben of Elm 
Island, 11 etc. Following the address, tea will 
be served. All members of the department 
will wish to attend. 

7.45 Organ recital by Miss Peirce, assisted 
by Mrs. Helen Matthews Arey (contralto) of 
Boston. The program will be found on next 
page. The music committee invites all mem- 
bers of the congregation, indeed all citizens of 
the town, to this pleasant evening of music. 



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Prnnram. 



1. 


Harche Religieuse 




Gvilmant 


2. 


Intermezzo . 




Hollins 


3. 


Fiat Lux 




Dubois 


4. 


'•Divine Redeemer 1 




Gounod 




Mrs. 


Abet. 




5. 


Springtime Sketch 




Brewer 


6. 


(a) Prayer . 




[• Boellman 



(b) Toccata 

(From Gothic Suite) 

7. "Eye Hath Not Seen' 1 From GauVs ■■Holy 

City " 

Mrs. Arey. 

8. Canzonetta Marshall 

9. Marche rte Fete .... Claussman 

Organist: Miss Mabel Peikce. 



Services and Announcements 




HE SOUTH CHURCH 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Slje Wnk beginning 3mtr 3, 19flfi 



Jbunoa^ 



10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 5th Selection. Sermon by Rev. John L. 
Keedy of North Ando^er. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 190. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, " What 
Christ expects of His disciples,"' Matt. 10:16- 
1 33; leader, Mr. Jesse E. West. The Misses 
West will sing. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, 'How David began to build a king- 
dom."' 



(JTtonday 

7.30 Meeting of the Willing Workers with 
Miss White, Elm Square. 

£uesda£ 

7.45 Meeting of the Sunday-school teach- 
ers. Important. 



ib\}t OT^k tegitutttuj State 3, 190fi 



7.45 Midweek Meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "Persevering Prayer." Mark 7:24-30. 

£#uvada£ 

7.30 Meeting of the Courteous Circle. 
7.30-7.45, Song Service, led by Mrs. Moore, to 
practice the new song, "Lend a hand,'' written 
for The King's Daughters. Subject, "Look 
out, not in, and lend a hand." A very interest- 
ing meeting is in prospect. Come promptly at 
7.30 for the last meeting- of the summer. 

8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. 
Lawrence, Pearson Street; leader. Mr. J. E. 
Murphy. 



(notes of t#e TjDeeft 

The rite of baptism will be administered 
next Sunday. Parents wishing to bring their 
children to the ordinance, are asked to inform 
the pastor. 

The Good Literature Committee of the Y. 
P. S. C. E. would be gjad of any '-up-to-date" 
magazines (except the 'Wellspring*, which they 
procure directly). Please leave them from 
Sunday to Sunday in the vestibule. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 04 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis II. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles II. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Cleric. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME r 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

...FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



E\)t Wnk tegUmtng 3m\? 24, IHflfi 



J&un&ay 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 6th Selection. Lessons, Psalm 122. Mat- 
thew 17. Hymns, 18, 391, 008. Sermon, 
"The Worship of the Christian Sanctuary," 
Matt. 17:2(i. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 11.50, Main department. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Y. P. S. 
C. E. Subject, "Humility," Matt. 20:20-28; 
leader. Miss Jennie Hunter. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, 'A Red-letter Day in David's Life." 

3.30 Meeting of the Visitors of the Home 
Department. Every visitor is urged to place 
this meeting first in her plans for the day. 
Matters of special importance and interest are 
to be presented for discussion and decision. 



Tfteonesfca^ 



7.45 Service of preparation for the Com- 
munion. 



Sty? Wnk tegtmmtg 3uw> 24, 1HUH 

<ffluvsoa£ 
8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. Wil- 
liam Shepherd, Whittier street; leader, Mr. 
Lawrence. 



(Hotes 

Baptized, June 10 — Annie Smith Milne, 
daughter of David M. and Jemima S. R. Dun- 
can; Louise Ang-eline, daughter of Guy W. 
and Florence B. Gilbert; Beatrice, daughter 
of Frank B. and Bertha U. Jenkins; Latiirop 
Bennett, son of Herbert B. and Grace E. 
Merrick; Bancroft Franklin, son of Stanley 
A. and Elizabeth D. H. Pratt. 

Rev. John S. Chandler of Madura, India, 
will speak in this church next Sunday night. 

Funeral services for Mr. Hezekiah Jones 
will be held at his late residence on Monday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock. 



Edward Francis Holt. 
Born, May 6, 1834. 
Died, June 14, 1906. 



QHmrrlj Bimtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell. Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

DEACONESSES: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins. George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

SUNDAY School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T, Frank Pratt. Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: HarryS. Lowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard. 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME . 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



.FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



ahr ffirrk brmmttnn ilmtr IT, 19UB 



(tiriifr of jftiintiug iSnrship. 



Call to Worship. 

Invocation and The Lord's Prayer. 

The Doxology. 

Chant— P>alm 98. Do 

The Fidelio Society of Abbot Academy. 

The Apostles 1 Creed. 

Anthem— Psalm 121. Bluiue 

The Fidelio Society. 

Lesson — Proverbs 30 : 1—9. 

Hymn No. 91. 

Prayer. 

( offering. 

Hymn No. 458, stanzas 1, 5, 6. 

Offertory Prayer. 

Sermon for the class of 1906, Abbot Acad- 
emy: "The* Courage of the Higher Choi< 
Proverbs 30: B, second clause. 

Pew Charles Francis Carter. 

Hymn No. 390. 
P raver. 



The graduating exercises of the elas> of ISO i 
in Abbot Academy will take place on Tuesday 
at eleven o'clock in this church and will in- 
clude an address by Mr. Bliss Perry, editor of 
the "Atlantic Monthly.'" 



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10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bible School. 12.00, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 184. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Y. P. S. C- 
E. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, "The Story of a Cup of Water,*' 2 Sam- 
uel, ?3:15. 

Wzbriiabay 

7.45 Midweek Meeting of the Churc'i. 
Subject: "Conformed to this world — how? 
Transformed — how?"* Romans 12: 1. 

8.30 Meeting of the prudential committee 
with all who desire to witness for Christ at the 
approaching Communion. Letters may bo sent 
to the pastor. 

&Quxabav 

8.00 Neighborhood meeting with Mr. (;<><•. 
Shepard, Park street: leader, Mr. Lawrence. 



Funeral services for Deacon E. Francis Holt 
will be held in this church this afternoon at 
half past two o'clock. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. 

Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 

Pratt. Charles H. Shearer. 
Deaconesses: Miss Marv Alice Abbot 



Carlton, 
T. Frank 



Mrs. J. 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd. President. 

JiNion Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



..FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



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10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 15th Selection. Lessons. Exodus 35:2 
35, 2 Corinthians 5: 10 — 6:10. Hymns, 101, 
503, 566 and 567. Sermon, "Workers To- 
gether with God," 2 Cor. 6: 1. 

10.30 The Sub-primary department of the 
Bihle School. 11.50, Main department. At- 
tendance last Sunday, lot;. 

6.30 Union meeting of the Senior and 
.Tnni«»r societies of Christian Endeavor. Sub- 
ject, ,- The Triumphs of Christianity:'* leader. 
Mr. Harry S. Lowd. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor. — the last in the series on the Life of 
David. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "Foolish Questionings Then and 
Now.' Mark 12. 



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7.45 In the small vestry, quarterly meet- 
ing of the Senior Y. P. S. C. E. followed by a 
social. 

7.45 In the parlor, meeting of the Pruden- 
tial Committti 



Tlotcs 



Next Sunday will be Rally Sunday in the 
Sunday-school. We want an attendance of 
300, including the Home Department. 

Last week's prayer-meeting was another 
helpful gathering. May this week's be the 
same. 

The missionary committee of the Y. P. S. C. 

E. reminds members of the mite-boxes now 
due. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt. Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard. Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins. George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. F. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Onjanist. Oliver W. Yennard. 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

N A M E 



STREET NO. 



I he above name refers to : 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



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Jlun&ay 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 16th Selection. Lessons, Genesis 18: 
19-33, Matthew 5: 13-43. Hymns, 327. 22, 
481. Sermon, "The Salt," Matt. 5 : 13. 

10.30 The Sunday-school kindergarten. 
11.50, Rally Day for the whole Bible School. 
The exercises will take place in the church. 
You are invited to stay and increase the suc- 
cess of the session. Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. 
Foster will carry us to Europe and back in 
half an hour, giving us a glimpse of the great 
Christian Endeavor convention at Geneva on 
the way. 

6.30 Union meeting of the Senior and 
Junior societies of Christian Endeavor. Sub- 
ject, "A Strong Will and How to Use It.*' 
All members will be expected by the Temper- 
ance Committee to take part. 

7.30 Evening Worship. The pastor will 
give the first of what he proposes to make a 
monthly survey of Missions. 



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7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 

The subject, (next Sunday's Sunday-school 
lesson having been considered already), will be 
the same as tonight's Endeavor topic: "A 
Strong Will: How to Get It and Use It," I Peter 
4: 1-11. 

£#urfiday 

3.30 Home Missionary meeting of the Wom- 
en" s Union. Rev. Clark Carter will speak re- 
garding ''Our Xeighbor. the Foreigner.'" He 
will tell about that "incoming multitude"* who 
are at our doors. 

7.30 The Courteous Circle will meet with 
Mrs. Moore, Washington Avenue. This is a 
meeting to arrange several Fall plans which 
will soon be consummated; every member is 
expected. Those who sing will remain after- 
wards a short time for rehearsal of the new 
song, "Lend a Hand." Please bring music 
and words of this song. 



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Pastob: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasirer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 

STREET NO 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



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10 30 Morning Worship. Sermon, by Rev 
Arthur G. Cummings of Middleboro. Subject 
'•The Change of Name.'" Text: Gen. 32: 28 
Rev. 2: IT. Old Testament lesson: Gen. 32 
13-32; New Testament lesson: Rev. 2: 8-17. 

10.30 The Sunday-school kindergarten. 
11.50, Main department. Attendance last Sun- 
day. 254. 

6.30 Union missionary meeting of the 
Senior and Junior societies of Christian En- 
deavor. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by Rev. 
Mr. Cummings. Subject: "The Wonderful 
Transformation. 11 Text: II. Cor. 5: 17. 

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3.30 In the small vestry, meeting of the 
Visitors of the Home Department. A full at- 
tendance is earnestly asked. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic: "The Warfare of the Bodily Life.*' 
Galatians 5: 15-26. Leader. Mr. Frank T. 
Carlton. 



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ItotCS 

The ealend le next three Sundays will 

be prepared by Dr. C. H. Gilbert. Notices 
bt- printed should reach him n<>t later than 
Friday morning of each week. 

The Sunday-s I kindergarten meets in 

the pri7uary room at ha en. All child- 

ren of five and under will receive a cordial 
welcome: and it must be admitted that children 
'•ver fire will not be welcomed there so heartily 
as they will be in the primary department, 
meeting at 11." 

The new Bible class of young men will as- 
semble this noon in the larger vestry. 



Mbs. Lucretia PiIcharp^on" Torb was <>ne 

young women, herself among the 

«-lder members, who united with this church 

at the May Communion of 1858. The quiet 

g : her quiet life came towards sunset 

last Sunday. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after <iny service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 

STREET NO . 

The above name refers to : 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 



.FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®Ij? Week of ©rtnber 14, 190fi 

10.30 Morning Worship. Sermon, by Rev. 
William E. Lombard, pastor of the Baptist 
Church. Topic: ''Incarnation, New Birth and 
Brotherhood. 11 Text: John 1:14; 3:3; Romans 
8:29. Old Testament lesson Isa, 9:1-7. New 
Testament lesson 1 John 3:1-24. 

10.30 The Sunday-school kindergarten. 
11.50, Main department. 

3.00 Junior Society of Christian Endeavor. 

6.30 Senior Society of Christian Endeavor- 
Topic: " Who are Foolish and who are Wise? 11 
Matt. 25:1-19. Leader, Miss Maria Fair- 
weather. 

7.30 Stereopticon Lecture on " South China 
and our Missions there. 11 About forty-five 
views will be shown upon the screen, all 
colored. Admission will be free, but a collec- 
tion will be taken. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. The 
topic will be, "Having a talent and its con- 
sequences. 11 Matthew 25: 14-30. 



®tj? Wttk nf ©rtnber 14, 1900 

6.30 Calendar Supper of the Courteous 
Circle. This is to be the social event in the 
church during the Fall. Particulars were given 
in last week's calendar, and there is an aroused 
expectation of the coming event. The admis- 
sion by ticket is unusual, but each 25-cent 
ticket represents a reserved seat. Seats will 
be limited in number, and tables will not be 
re-set. Toasts will follow the supper, and for 
the convenience of certain speakers the supper 
must begin at 6.30 promptly. Tickets may be 
had now of the hostesses, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. 
Barnard, Mrs. Blunt, Miss Coleman, Miss 
Dean, Miss Ellis, Miss Erving, Mrs. F. II . 
Foster, Mrs. F. M. Foster, Mrs. Morse, Miss 
Neal, Mrs. Phelps. If any tickets remain un- 
sold they can be obtained that evening, but 
this can not be promised. With thanks for 
past support, the Courteous Circle especially 
asks your generous patronage. 

3.30 Foreign missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. It will be the first of several 
meetings on "-Missions in the Islands of the 
Pacific.' 1 This has been a region of wonderful 
triumphs and tragedies, sacrifices and joys, in 
the story of Missions. It suggests Bingham 
and Thurston in the Sandwich Islands, Paton 
in the New Hebrides, James Chalmers in New 
Guinea. We may hope for large missionary 
meetings to follow the story of such lives. 
Note the change of day — Friday instead of 
Thursday. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 



.FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Sty* Wwk nf ©rinber 21, 1900 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 20th Selection. Lessons, Genesis 4, 
Philippians 3. Hymns, 384, 408, 573. Sermon, 
" The Permanence of Religion, 1 "' Genesis 4: 26. 

10.30 The Sunday-school kindergarten. 
11.50, Main department of the Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday, 174. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

3.30 General meeting in the Y. M. C. A. 
rooms, to which all are cordially invited. 
Speaker, Mr. Samuel J. Smith, chief engineer 
of the Arlington Mills. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. Leader, Miss Florence Lindsay. 
Miss Harriet W. Carter will conduct a confer- 
ence regarding the interest of the young people 
of the church in foreign missions. 

7.30 Evening Worship. The service will be 
largely musical. It will be informal too,— 
members of the congregation requesting 
favorite hymns. Miss Mary Lindsay and Miss 
Helen White will sing. The pastor will make 
a short address. 



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Tuesday 

3.00 and 7.00 Fall meeting of the Andover 
Conference with the North Andover church. 
Marked features will be: at 3.20, a discussion 
of the Conference's mission churches; at 4.00, 
a discussion of the future of our Seminary; at 
5.00, Rev. Clark Carter's address on child 
labor in the vicinity; 7.25, address by a West 
Mrdford pastor on a graded Sunday-school; 
and 8.00, Mr. Park's closing address. 

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7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. The 
topic will be, "The Anointing at Bethany," 
Matt. 26; 6-16. 

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2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 

5ri5a£ 

7.45 Meeting of the Prudential Committee 
with all desiring to unite with the Church at 
the next Communion. 



At the midweek meeting last week Miss 
Charlotte Baker and Miss Lucy Abbott re- 
ported from the recent State Sunday-school 
Convention. 

The Calendar Supper deserves a longer 
commemoration than this brief recalling of it, 
but the pretty scene will live long in the 
memories of those who saw it. 



QUjttrrlj Stortary 



Pastor: Frank Ft. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deacoxesse>: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sin day School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®fje Wetk nf ©rtnber 2B, 1006 



J&unoa£ 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 21th Selection. Lessons, Jonah 3, 4, 
Acts 16:0-25. Hymns, 126, 461, 548. Children's 
sermon, "A Little Japanese Boy. 1 ' Sermon, 
"The Watchword of Foreign Missions." 

10.30 The Sunday-school kindergarten. 
11.50, Main department of the Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday, 190. Attention is 
called to Miss Mills 1 interesting elective course 
on "The Divided Kingdom. 11 The class meets 
in the church and a cordial invitation is given 
to all to join it. 

3.C0 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Y. P. S. 
C. E. Topic, "The Blessedness of Communion 
with Christ; 11 leader, Miss Harriet W. Carter. 

7.30 Evening Worship. The pastor will re- 
view Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett's recent 
story of religion, "The Dawn of a Tomorrow.' 

3.00 With Mrs. John L. Brewster, Locke 
Street, annual meeting of the Andover Auxil- 
iary of the McAll Mission. 



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7.45 Service of preparation for the Com- 
munion. 

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2 30 Prayer meeting of the Women's Union. 
Subject. --Prayer, a Means of Growth in 
Christ, 11 Psalm 61, James 5:16; leader. Mrs. F. 

IT. Foster. 

7.45 (promptly) Important business meet- 
ing of the Courteous Circle. Election of offic- 
ers, report of supper, and arrangements for the 
M. V. L. Convention on Nov. 15. At 8.30 the 
song, "Lend a Hand 11 will be practised with 
the organ. Bring words of song. 

^aturda^ 
2.30 In McKeen Memorial Hall, addresses 
by Mrs. Mary Worcester Mills and Miss Frisch 
of the Schauffler Training School in Cleveland 
(for Poles and Bohemians). The ladies of this 
parisb are cordially invited. 



Wednesday at 10.30 and 2. no in Park Street 
Church, Boston, annual meeting of the Women's 
Home Missionary Association. Interesting 
speakers. 

Thursday at 10.80 and 2.00, in the Bedford 
Church, annual meeting of the Andover and 
Woburn Branch, W. B. M. Address in after- 
noon by Dr. Julia Bissell, Ahmednagar. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles II . Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

SuNday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd. President. 

JUNIOR Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
.1. Warren Perry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness : change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 

STREET NO 



The above name refers to : 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

...FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Sty* H?ek of ^number 4, 19flfi 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 64th Selection. Lessons, Rom. 8: 1-17.. 
Hymns 238, 289, 155. Sermon, "The Spirit of 
Life in Jesus Christ." Rom. 8:2. The morn- 
ing service will be followed by the Communion 
of The Lord's Supper. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 
12.00, Main department of the Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday, 193. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, "What 
God Sees. 11 

7.30 Praise Meeting of the Senior Y. P. S. 
C. E. There will be special music. These 
musical meetings of the Y. P. S. C. E. have 
been much enjoye.i, and the arrangements for 
tonight promise another hour of the same 
interest. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic, "Evident Crises in Life." Matt. 26: 36- 

50. 



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2.30 Sewing Meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing is being done actively for a missionary 
family in White Cloud, Mich. Besides the 
father and mother, there are four sons whose 
ages range from 18 to 8. Clothing is asked es- 
pecially for the 8 and 10 year old boys. 

8.00 Neighborhood Prayer Meeting at Mr. 
Frank Blunt's, Central street. 

(ttotes 

Today we shall receive into this church on 
profession of their faith, Mrs. Fanny French 
Richardson and Miss Mary Eleanor Holt. 

The evening services for the remainder of 
the month will be devoted to — 

11th Y. M. C. A. Sunday. 

18th Rev. C. P. Osborne (Seamen's Friend 
Society) on " The Old Sharkskin 
Bible." 

25th Tw e n t i e t h Anniversary of our 
church's Y. P. S. C. E. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alclen. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, To Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®lp> Wttk of Noumtor 11, 19flfi 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 22nd Selection. Lessons, Exodus 17, I 
Thessalonians 5. Hymns, 395, 315, 489. Ser- 
mon, " Prayer for the Young Men's Christian 
Association, 11 I Thess. 5:25. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 

11.50 Main department of the Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday, 200. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

3.30 Men's meeting in the Y. M. C. A. 
rooms. Address by Rev. Charles E. Earle of 
Lawrence. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, "How 
Christ bore sorrows, 11 John 11: 30-38. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by Mr. 
Walter Thomas, secretary of the Lawrence Y. 
M. C. A. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic, "Wise and unwise Safeguards of 
Youth, 11 2 Samuel 18:29. 

£0urs&a£ 

3.30 With Mrs. George Ripley, 46 Central 
street, home missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Mrs. Stephen Vaitses is an 
always welcome speaker in Andover, and the 



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evangelistic work among the (Greeks, in which 
she and her husband are engaged, is especially 
abundant at present. 

3 00 and 7.00 In the church, convention of 
the Merrimack Valley League of The King's 
Daughters. The sessions are expected to be 
very interesting, and all are cordially invited 
to both of them. Mrs. Whitney of Detroit, a 
member of the National Council, will speak in 
the afternoon, and in the evening will give a 
stereopticon lecture on "What has been, and 
is being done, by the Order ' In His Name '." 
Supper will be served for a hundred, and, if 
there are any vacant seats, it is hoped that 
Andover friends will fill them. 



J&aturoay 

7.30 With Mrs. F. H. Foster, Central 
street, a special meeting of the Courteous 
Circle of The King's Daughters. Every active 
or honorary member is asked to be present. 



From Monday till Friday evenings, at 7.45, 
there will be special meetings for men in the 
Y. M. C. A. rooms. Rev. S. E. Frohock, of 
Concord, N. H., will be the speaker. 



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Carlton, 
T. Frank 

Mrs. J. 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 04 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasvker: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Ax.sexsors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME- 



STREET NO.. 



The above name refers to : 



New- 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



ah? Wnk nf 5fnunnbrr IB, 19flfi 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing. 2:3rd Selection. Lessons, Matthew : 19- 
34, Acts 15:30-16:10. Hymns. 29, 431, 490- 

Sermon. "God First." Acts 15 : 38. 
10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 

11.50 Main department of the Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday. IS.'). 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. "The Story of 
Ezra." 

3.30 Men's meeting in the Y. M. C. A. 
rooms. Address by Rev. Charles C. Earle of 
Lawrence. Singing by Mr. Lewis Smith, of 
Boston. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Rev. C. P. Os- 
borne of Boston, secretary of the Seamen's 
Friend Society, will tell the story of " The 
Old Sharkskin Bible." It is the storj of the 
mutineers of the ship " Bounty. 11 An offering 
will be made for the Seamen's Friend Society. 

TDeoncsbay 
7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic. " An open sore, and what to do about 
it." Isaiah 5 : 11-23. 

<£$ux3bay 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. Sewing for a missionary family in 
White Cloud. Mich. Work is progressing 
well ; and the sooner it is over, the sooner the 
sewers can turn to another benevolence. At- 
tendance at last meeting. 12. 



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8.00 Neighborhood prayermeeting with 
Mr. Lawrence, Pearson street ; leader, Sir. 
J. E. Murphy. 



Motes 

The new officers of the Senior Y. P. S. C. E. 
are : President, Mr. Jesse E. West ; vice- 
president, Miss Helen P. Bell ; treasurer. Mr. 
Walter II. Thompson; secretaries. Miss Fair- 
weather, Miss Ethel Hemenway. 

The evening services for the next three 
Sundays will be devoted to 

Nov. 25. — Twentieth anniversary of our church's Y. P. S. 
C E. Speakeis, Mr. George E. Copeland, president of the 
State Union, Mr. William Shaw, treasurer of the World's 
Union, and others. 

Dec. 2. — First lecture on the Apostles' Creed: Pro- 
fessor Edward Y. Hincks will speak upon the words. " I 
believe in God the Father." 

Dec. 9. — Praise service. 



(Uharrlj Sirrrtory 



CarltOD 

T. Frank 

Mrs. J. 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, 
Pratt. Charles II. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot 

Warren Barnard. Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, To Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO- 



The above name refers to : 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




? he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



.FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Wlp> Wnk 0f Noimnber 25, 190fi 



J£un6a£ 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 24th Selection. Lessons, I Samuel 7: 
1-14, Joel 2:18-29. Hymns, 357. 652, 503. 
Sermon, " Twenty Years Without a Christian 
Endeavor Society,* 1 I Samuel 7:2. Soloist. 
Miss Ada Wiswall of Boston. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
Main department of the Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday. 195. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30-7.00 Monthly Roll-call of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. ; leader. Mr. Charles M. Hem- 
enway. 

7.30 Public celebration of the twentieth 
anniversary of the Christian Endeavor Society 
of the South Church. The president. Mr. 
Jesse E. West, will preside. The order of 
services will include addresses by Mr. William 
Shaw, treasurer of the World's C. E. Union. 
Mr. George E. Copeland of Worcester, presi- 
dent of the State Union, Mr. .John Wilkinson, 
district officer of the County Union, and Mr. 
Roy Lindsay, vice-president of the Free Church 
society. Miss Mabel Carter will sins,-. ••Conic 
unto Me'* from the "Messiah" and "Just as 
I am ** by Hawley. The pastor, and officers of 
the Baptist and West Church societies, will 
take part also. 



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7.30 Reunion of past and present members 
oi the Y. P. s. C. E. 

Misses Florence Abbott and Harriet 
Carter will read historical sketches <>f the 
society's twenty years. Miss Mary Lindsay 
and Master George Morse, a member of the 
junior society, will sing. The whole meeting 
will be informal. Refreshments will he served 
by the social committee. 

<£6urg&a£ 

10.30 Union Service of the annual Thanks- 
giving Day. Sermon by Rev. .1. Edgar Park of 
the West Church. "The Dream of Democracy." 

A new memorial window, the gift to the 
parish of Profess*. r John Phelps Taylor, will 
he in place for the first time. A few of the 
older parishioners have associated themselves 
in this gift, which is in memory of Mrs. Caro- 
line Phelps Taylor, wife of Rev. John L. Tay- 
lor, pastor from 1839 to 1853. 

5ri5a£ 

80.0 Neighborhood Meeting with Mr. 
William Shepherd. Pearson street. Leader. 
Mr. Lawrence. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 04 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E.« Guttefson. 

TREASURER: .John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles II. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. .1. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. .Jenkins. George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent, 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C F.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. F. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, .John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, To Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO 

The above name refers to : 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



...FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



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10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 25th Selection. Lessons, Malachi 3:7 — 
4:3, Revelation 21. Hymns, 355, 623, 499. 
Sermon, "The Earthly Succeeded by the 
Heavenly," Malachi 3:17. Soloist, Mr. J. 
Chester White of Boston. 

Today a new memorial window is in place, 
the gift to the parish of Professor John Phelps 
Taylor. A few of the older parishioners have 
associated themselves in this gift, which is in 
memory of Mrs. Caroline Phelps Taylor, wife 
of Rev. John L. Taylor, pastor from 1839 to 
1853. The formal acceptance by the Parish of 
this beautiful gift will be spoken this morning 
by Mr. George A. Parker, chairman of the 
board of assessors. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
Main department of the Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 215. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. " The Story of 
Nehemiah. 11 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, "Cour- 
age or Cowardice, " Luke 12:4, 5, Jer. 1:6 — 
10, 17 ; leader, Miss Ethel Hemenway. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Professor Edward 
Y. Hincks will speak upon the first article of 
the Apostles' Creed. His subject will be "Be- 
lieving in God the Father. 1 ' 

Tuesday 

8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. Mr. Chester 
Farmer will give a practical talk on "Dyeing." 



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TEednesoay 

3 00 Meeting of the Bible Ten of the Cour- 
teous Circle. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "The Crucifixion." 

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3 30 Mothers 1 meeting of the Women's 
Union. Miss Branch, of Boston, will speak on 
"What to do for the girl who is becoming 
wayward. 11 Miss Branch is a woman of wise 
experience in rescue work. 

At 2.30 an extra (sewing) meeting of the 
Women's Union will be held. A barrel will 
be packed for the missionary family in White 
Cloud, Mich. All wishing to contribute arti- 
cles for the barrel will please send them to 
the church this Thursday. 

7 45 The Courteous Circle. Subject, 
"The True Christmas Joy. 1 ' Miss Mary Rich- 
ards will tell of her acquaintance with the 
late Mrs. Margaret Bottome. Admission ser- 
vice and special music. 

7.30 Church Social. The entertainment 
will be given by the talent encased in Mr. B. 
F. Smith, Jr.'s unusually fine "Victor Talk- 
ing Machine, 11 interspersed with readings. 
Games, under the direction of the C. E. Social 
Committee. Light refreshments will be 
served by the Women's Union. 



(Ehurrlj Sirrrtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 04 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutters* >n. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt. Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard. Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: HarryS. Lowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt. David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Cleric. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




, he South Church 



ANDOYER. MASS 



C- C ...FOUNDED 1711 



NA/hosoever thou art that enterest this chnrct 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
-3 ministers, and for all who worship here. 



QJljr Wnk of Btttmbtx 9, 190H 



10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 26th Selection. Sermon hy Rev. Benja- 
min A. Willmott, pastor of the First Church 
in Lowell. Soloist, Miss Marion Spinney of 
Boston. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
Main department of the Rihle School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 185. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic. -The 
Seven Words from the Cross;" 1 leader, Miss 
Jennie Hunter. 

7.30 Praise Service. Miss Alice Holt and 
Mr. George W. White will sing. Members of 
the congregation will request their favorite 
hymns. These services (the latest of them oc- 
curred Oct. 21) have proved to give much 
pleasure. 

6.30 In Phillips Dining Hall, " Forefathers* 
Night 11 of the North Essex Congregational 
Club. Supper (50 cents) will be served at 7.00. 
The speakers include Mr. Charles L. Curtis of 
town, Rev. C. H. Oliphant of Methuen, and 
Mr. Justin E. Yarney of Lawrence. 

7.45 In the Free Church, annual meeting of 
the Andover C. E. Union. Address by Rev. 
Markhani W. Stackpole. 



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Wcbncsbay 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject. "If ye then be risen with Christ — 
what? 1 ' Colossians 3 : l. 

£(Jurs&a£ 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing will begin for the Normal School for 
the Mountain Whites in Williamsburg, Ken- 
tucky. 

7.45 Meeting of the Courteous Circle, post- 
poned from last week. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. George Shepard, Park street; leader, Mr. 
.]. E. Murphy. 

frioa^ 

8.00 Organ recital by Miss Peirce, Our or- 
ganist. The program will be given in next 
week's Townsman. 



The next opportunity to unite with this 
church will occur on Jan. (5. If this notice 
awakens your desire to witness for Christ 
then, will you not let the pastor know it'.' 

At the services of the next three Sunday 
evenings, 

Dec. i6— Professor Ryder will lecture on The Apostles' 
Creed. 

Dec- 23 (afternoon)— Christmas Concert and Stereopticon 
Lecture. 

Dec. 30 — President Day will lecture on The Apostles' 
Creed. 



(ClturrJj Stmtortj 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gutters* m. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. 

Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 

Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 
Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot 



Carlton 
T. Frank 



Mrs. J. 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. 0. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, To Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME- 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



..FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



She W*tk of Swmber Ifi, 19flfi 



J&unoay 

10 30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, 27th Selection. Lessons, I Samuel 1, 
Luke 1. Hymns. 557, 5o7, 470. Sermon, " Be- 
lievers before the Birth ot Christ, 11 Luke 2 : 
25. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
Main department of the Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 125. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Address by 
Miss Helen Barnetson Calder, Young People's 
Secretary of the Woman's Board of Missions. 

6.30 Missionary Meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Leader, Miss Florence Lindsay. 
Address by Miss Calder. 

7.30 Second lecture on the Apostles' Creed. 
Professor William H. Ryder, D. T). will speak 
on the profession, "I believe in Jesus Christ, 
the Son of God, our Lord. 11 The previous 
lecture in this course, in spite of the severe 
cold, attracted a number of new hearers. 

(Tuesday - 

8.00 At Mr. Shipman's, Central street, soc- 
ial meeting of the A. K. A. 



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7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic, " The wise men and other men coming 
to Christ. 11 Matthew 2: 1-15. 

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3.30 Foreign Missionary Meeting of the 
Women's Union. Topic, "Missions in the 
Fiji Islands 11 . Delegates 1 reports will be 
given also. 

8,00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. George Ellsey, Park street. Leader, Mr. 
Edward Lawrence. 



Christmas Services will be held in this 
church next Sunday. A quartet of singers 
from Boston will join in the morning service. 
The Concert of the Sunday-school will be held 
about four o'clock, and pictures of the Na- 
tivity will be thrown on the stereopticon 
.screen. 

The chairman of committees in the Christian 
Endeavor Society for the next term w T ill be : — 
lookout, Mr. William H. Foster; prayermeet- 
iug, Miss West; good literature, Miss Edith 
Clark; floral, Miss Florence Abbott; mission- 
ary, Miss Florence Lindsay; junior, Miss 
Etoggemann; music, Miss Helen Bell. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deacon ksshs: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday Sciiool: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires lo become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence: 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



'he above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

...FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Si}* We?k nf Srnmther 23, 10flH 

£#e krfcer of t#e (JUorning ^etbtce 



Organ Prelude: Offertory on two Christmas 
Hymns, Guilmant 

Call to Worship 

Prayer, with The Lord's Prayer 

The Doxology 

Festival Te Deum in E Flat Dudley Buck 

QUARTET 

Responsive Reading, 12th Selection 

The Gloria 

The Apostles 1 Creed 

TEXor, Solo 

Lesson, John 1 : 1-18 

Hymn, No. 160 

Prayer 

Response, "God is a Spirit," 

Sterndale Bennett 

QUARTET 

Offering, with Hymn, No. 158 

Sermon, " Knowing the Time," 1 John 5 : 20 

Anthem, " Sing, O Heavens, 1 ' Tours 

QUARTET 

Hymn, No. 157 

Prayer 

Organ Postlude : Allegro Maestoso Tdpfer 

The Sunday-school sessions will be as usual. 



SIjp Wnk 0f iw^mter 23, 19DH 

4.30 Christmas Concert of the Sunday- 
school, with carols and recitations by the 
classes. The Superintendent will exhibit a 
number of stereopticon \iews of the finest 
paintings, ancient and modern, which illus- 
trate the infancy and childhood of Jesus. 

5.30 Praise meeting of the Senior Y. P. S. 
C. E. For the most part the meeting will be 
devoted to the choral singing of hymns. 

Wtbntsbay 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church, — 
the last of the year. Topic, u Simeon's Vale- 
dictory,'" Luke 2: 29. 

&Q\AXBbay 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 

6.00 Supper for the scholars of the inter- 
mediate, primary and kindergarten depart- 
ments of the Sunday-school. After the supper, 
which will begin promptly, the Christmas 
Entertainment for the whole school will take 
place, at seven o'clock, — tableaux, music, 
Santa Clans and the Tree. Members of the 
Congregation are cordially invited. In case of 
storm, the ringing of the church bell will post- 
pone the party to Friday night. 

3.30 Annual meeting of the Visitors of the 
Home Department. 

7.45 Meeting of the Prudential Committee 
with all who desire to unite with the church 
at the next Communion. 



Qllfurrfj itrrtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential, Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO.- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®Ijj> Wwk of l*r*mb*r 3D, 190H 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive read- 
ing, 33rd selection. Lessons, Job 42, Romans 
7. Hymns, 646, 339, 308. Sermon. '"The 
Promise to Faith," Matthew 9 : 29. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. Attend- 
ance last Sunday, 184. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Memory meeting. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Topic, " Beginning and Continuing 
with God, 11 John 15 : 4-7. 

7.30 Third lecture on the Apostles' Creed. 
President Day of the Theological Seminary 
will speak upon the words, " I believe in the 
Holy Ghost."" 

r tt)e6ne05a^ 

7.45 Service of preparation for the Com- 
munion, and memorial meeting for those 
members of the church who have died during 
1906. Tribute will be paid to the lives of 
Mrs. Justin Carter, Mr. E. Francis Holt, Mr. 
Ilezekiah Jones and Mrs. Lucretia Torr. 

£flurs6ay 

3.30 Prayer meeting of the Women's Union. 
Topic, ' l Self Sacrifice as a Means of Growth 
in Christ ;" leader, Mrs. Thomas F. Paradise. 

7.30 Stereopticon lecture by Dr. Wilfred T. 
Grenfell, superintendent of the Royal National 
Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen. No further 



abr Itfrrk uf Dtrottbrr 30, 190B 

notice need be given of thi> event. Tlie man 
and the work are too well known to need it. 
An offering will be made for the Mission. 

The meeting of the Courteous Circle will be 
postponed one week. 

8.00 At Mr. Shopman's, Central street, meet- 
ing of the A. K. A. Two speakers from other 
young men's church clubs are hoped for. one 
of whom will be Mr. E. Dudley Chase of the 
Sabrey club, Lowell. 



The Prudential Committee propounds for 
admission to this church. Mis< Ethel West from 
the Flint Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 

Somerville. 

Dismissed, Dec. 26 — Mrs. Louise Bailey 
Trull to the North Tewksbury Baptist Church. 



Mrs. Mary Manning Carter, who died on 
Wednesday, was the oldest member of the 
church. Her membership had lasted from the 
.Inly Communion of 1839. Her life had been 
one of usefulness and cheery, hopeful happi- 
ness. 



The Home Department of the Bible School 
has elected Mrs. Frank T. Carlton superin- 
tendent, and Miss Sara Poor secretary for 1907. 



(Efjunrtj Sirrtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Siqierintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®^ Wttk nf January B t 1BU7 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive read- 
ing, Last selection. Lesson, John 17. Hymns, 
640, 498. Sermon, " The Great Attainment, 11 
John 17 : 21. 

The service will be followed by the Com- 
munion of The Lord's Supper. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 12.00 
Main department of the Bible School. Attend- 
ance last Sunday, 187. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, " Try- 
ing. 11 

7.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, " How 
God's Image is preserved in us — or lost," 
Colossians 3 : 1 - 10 ; leader, the president. 

Tuesday 

7.45 Prayer meeting and annual roll-call of 
the members of the church, 1839 - 1889. Topic, 
"The Rewards of Church Membership, '' Rev- 
elation 3:7- 13. 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd class. 

7.45 Prayer meeting and annual roll-call of 
the chj**#i, 1890-1900. Subject, " Raising the 
standard of living in our own community 
through church life, 11 Revelation 3 : 1-6. 



SI}? Wwk nf January H, 100f 



2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing for the A. M. A. School at Williams- 
burg, Ky. 

7.45 Meeting of the Courteous Circle. Re- 
view of the work of the past year. Admission 
service, and singing by Miss Alice Holt. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Lawrence, Pearson street. 

frioay 

7.45 Prayer meeting and annual roll-call of 
the members of the church, 1901 - 1907. Sub- 
ject, "Making ourselves tit instruments for 
God's work," Revelation 3 : 14-22. 



The offering for the Mission to the Deep Sea 
Fishermen on Friday night amounted to S80. 

The Women's Union has sent a second bar- 
rel to White Cloud, Mich., making the total 
value of their gift $100. 

The evening services for the remainder of 
the month will be devoted to 

13th : a lecture by Professor Platner on " The Holy Catholic 
Church." 
20th ; a Praise Service 
27th : a lecture by Dr. Gates on "The Forgiveness of Sins." 



QUjurrli itrrrtarg 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. 

Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 

Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 
Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot 



Carlton 
T. Frank 



Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott. 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

andove'r, mass. 

....FOUNDED 1711 






Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



®tp> Wnk nf January 13, XBUZ 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive read- 
ing, 28th Selection. Lessons, Genesis 1: 1-23, 
Ephesians 1 : 15-2 : 10. Hymns, 31, 123, 85. 
Sermon, " God Crowning His Creation, 1 ' 
Genesis 1:26. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. Attend- 
ance last Sunday, 227. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S.C. E. Subject, "Esther, 
the Brave Queen. 1 ' 

6.30 In the Y. M. C. A. room, men's meeting 
Address by Rev. W. C. Myers, of Reading, on 
"The One Sin." 

3.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, 'More 
than Conqueror," Rom. 8 : 37. Leader, Mr. 
Frederick E. Cheever. 

7.30 Fourth lecture on the Apostles 1 Creed. 
Professor J. Winthrop Platnerwill speak upon 
the words, " I believe in the Holy Catholic 
Church." 

(Utonday 

7.30 Public meeting in the Lawrence Street 
Church to discuss the report of a special com- 
mittee of the North Essex Congregational Club, 
upon "The Opportunities of Congregationalism 
in Lawrence and Vicinity." 

Zuesbay 

7.45 In the parlor, meeting of the A. K. A. 
Debate, " Resolved : That Secret Fraternities 
are Good Features for Preparatory Schools." 
Affirmative, Dr. McTernean and Mr. W. H. 
Thompson ; negative, Messrs. R. II. Bradford 
and Carl Cannon. Light refreshments will 
follow the debate. 



Siljr Wnk nf January 13, 1907 



3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes ; instructors, Mr. 
Klate Bolt of Tufts College, and Mr. 
Betteridge of Phillips Academy. 

7 45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject. ''Sin — Redemption," Genesis 3. 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing for the A. M. A. School at Williams- 
burg, Ky. 

4.00 With Mrs. J L. Brewster, Locke Street, 
annual memorial meeting of the M cAll auxi- 
liary. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. William Shepherd, Pearson street. 

6 30 Supper and annual meeting of the 
Church ; reading of reports and election of 
officers All members of the church are invited 
to the supper, also members of other churches 
worshiping with us. pew-holders, and helpers 
of the church holding office (Sunday-school 
teachers, ushers, and others). Besides the 
official importance of this occasion it is the 
chief social event in the church during the 
year. 

Next Sunday (the 20th) a special offering" will 
be made to defray the cost of the supper, about 
sioo. Envelopes will be provided m the 
pews. 



(Eljurrlj itmtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

■n- r> c n TP-.- flurry S_ Eowd. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott* 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

....FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



Wtp> M^k nf January £0, 1907 

10.30 Morning worship. Resj)onsive read- 
ing, 29th Selection. Lessons, Genesis 1: 26- 
2: 15, John 5: 10-20. Hymns, 132. 480. 001. 
Sermon, ''Man a Creator,"* (Genesis 1: 28. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. Attend- 
ance last Sunday, 222. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. K. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. 0. E. Debate, - Re- 
solved: That a Woman is a Better Missionary 
than a Man." Rev. Mr. Judy, formerly of 
Sierra Leone, will review the debate. 

7.30 Praise Service. The first informal, 
congregational ''hymn-singing"" of the year. 
Miss Mabel Carter and a thorns will assist. 

T£edne06a£ 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, "An Old Question for Modern Hearers," 
Genesis 4: 9. 



®^ Wnk nf Sanitary 20, 1307 

3.30 A-ddress before the Women's Union by- 
Mr. Meyer Bloomfleld, the head of Crvic Service 
House in Boston. Mr. Bloomfleld will de- 
scribe the life, hopes and difficulties of the 

immigrant .Jews and Italians in the North End # 
Mr. Bloomfleld is one of the leading settlement 
workers in this part of the country and an 
authority upon the subject which he will treat. 
All are invited to hear him. This is to be one 
of the most notable addresses of the winter in 
the church. Miss Susan Jackson of the home 
missionary committee will preside. 

7.45 Meeting of the Sunshine Ten with 
Mrs. Harrington, Salem street. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Kllsey, Park street. 

ftioay 
3.30 With Mrs. L. F. Hitchcock, the Central' 
street class of the Home Department. 

7.45 Sociable of the Senior Y. P. S. C. E. 

^atuxbay 
2.15 .Tnnior Endeavor basketry class; 

teacher. Miss Helen Battles. 



(Eljurrlj Itmturg 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott. 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



..FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



U;lp> W??k nf January 2T. I BUT 

10.30 Morning worship. Responsive read- 
ing, 30th Selection. Sermon by the Rev. A. 
Frederick Dunnels, pastor of the Highland 
Church in Lowell. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. Attend- 
ance last Sunday, 185. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, Home 
Missions. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior 
Y.P. S. C. E. Topic, "Our Lives for Others.'* 
1 John 3: 13-16. Leader, Miss Alice Kendall, 
Preparation meeting in the parlor at 6-15. 

7.30 Fifth lecture on the Apostles" Creed. 
Dr. Owen H. Gates will speak upon the words, 
"I believe in the Forgiveness of Sins. 1 ' 

£ue05a£ 
7.45 Meeting of the Teachers of the Sunday 
School. 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, "Interesting points in an Old Story.*" 
Genesis 8: 1-16. Every attendant is asked to 
mention one point which interests him. 

£#ur0&a£ 

3.00 (Note the hour.) Quarterly meeting 
of the Women's Union. Reports and special 
music. The talk of the afternoon will be given 
by Miss Liuga Nitti, a young Italian, who is at 



abr fflrrk nf January 2T, 1MT 

w..rk in Boston for her own people. Miss 

Xitti's grandfather fought with Garibaldi and 
massacred in his own yard for his liberal. 
patriotic views. When twenty year> <»ld. she 
left home, family, money and friends, and came 
America f«T the privilege of joining a 
Protestant Church. She is a trained nurs 
superior teacher, an earnest Christian, in fact 
a remarkable young woman whom it will pay 
:ear. 
Tea will be served. The quarterly meeting 
is an excellent time for paying the annual 
dlle>. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. George Shepard Park street. 

Jrttaf 
3.30 With Mrs. L. F. Hitchcock, meeting of 
the Central street class of the Home Depart- 
ment, for Bible Study. 

DlSMlSSBD, .Tax. 23 — M:>s Frances B. Weir, 
t" the Congregational Church in Mel - 
Highlands. 

The new officers of the church (aside from 
Sunday school officials), chosen at the annual 
meeting on the ISth. are: Clerk. Mr. M. E. 
Gutterson; Treasurer. Mr. John Alden: 
Auditor. Mr. E. K. Jenkins: Deacon. Mr. 
Jonathan E. Holt: members of the prudential 
commute- .Ark Carter for 4 year>. Mr_ 

.1. F. Kimball for 3 year> (in place of Mr. F. B. 
Jenkins, resigned): Deaconesses, Mrs. Benjamin 
Br.-wn for 4 years: Mrs. J. W. Barnard for 3 
years: Miss Mary Alice Abbot for 2 years; 
Mrs. David Shaw for 1 year. 



(Elmrrii 9in>rtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 

Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert T Frank 

Pratt. Charles II. Shearer. 
Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs 

David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 

A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: HarryS. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw. Assessors. F. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, To Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME- 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Ne\ 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 

ANDOVER, MASS. 

...FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



S% Wttk of ifabruaru 3, IBU7 

10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading 
31st Selection. Lessons, Genesis 3; Ephesians 
6: 10-24. Hymns, 256, 334, 470. Sermon, "Man's 
Inevitable Battle," Gen. 2: 15. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, " Mor- 
decai the Faithful." 

6.30 The Senior Y. P. S. C. E. will observe 
44 Christian Endeavor Day." A printed form 
of service will be used, and there will be 
special music. Leader, Miss Edith Hunter. 
Preparation meeting in the parlor, 6.15. 

7.30 Evening Worship. The pastor will 
speak on " What Our Foreign Missions are 
Doing." 

Tuesday 

8.00 In the parlor, meeting of the A. K. A. 

TDednesday 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

3.30 At the church, meeting of the Bible 
Ten. 

7-45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject : " The Father of the Faithful," Gen. 12: 
1-8. 



GIIj* Week nf Jpbruary 3, 10Hr 



3.30 Prayer Meeting of the Women's Union. 
Subject, "Earnestness of Purpose a Means of 
Growth, 1 ' Luke 9: 62. Leader, Mrs. Charles 
L. Curtis. 

7.45 Meeting of the Courteous Circle. Miss 
Hattie Irving will read the story of " The 
Best Citizen of New Orleans.'' 1 Admission 
service, and music by Miss Florence West and 
Miss Helen White. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. J. E. Murphy, Lewis street. 

■^xibay 

3.30 With Mrs. C. J. Francis, High street, 
meeting for Bible study of her class in the 
Home Department. 



Miss Ella Barton and Mr. Lewis Lindsay are 
assistigj in the Wednesday classes of the 
Junior Endeavor Society. 

The evening services for the next two Sun- 
days will be devoted to — 

10th— Lecture on the Apostles' Creed by Rev. Bruce 
W. Brotherston. 
17th— The N. E. Home for Little Wanderers. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. - Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt, Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Barry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. K. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Yennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and. 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 

STREET NO 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



Services and Announcements 




he South Church 



ANDOVER, MASS. 



..FOUNDED 1711 



Whosoever thou art that enterest this church, leave 
it not without one prayer to God for thyself, for 
him who ministers, and for all who worship here. 



ibty Wwk of ifabruaru 10, 1907 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading 
32nd Selection. Lessons, Genesis 3; Isaiah 6. 
Hymns. 625. 609. 465. Sermon. "Self-know- 
ledge and Self-consecration, ' n Isaiah 6: 8. " 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bi hie School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic. "Job's 
Story. " 1 Miss Mary Lindsay will sing. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Delegates from 
the Society of Inquiry, Phillips Academy, will 
lead the meeting. 

7.30 Last lecture on the Apostles" Creed. 
Rev. Bruce W. Brotherston, instructor in his- 
tory in the Seminary, will speak upon the 
words. "The resurrection of the body, and the 
life everlasting. 1 * 

TDe6nes6a£ 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7. 45 Our midweek meeting, with address by 
Miss Mary E. Kinney of Adabazar, Turkey. 
Miss Kinney, who is one of our former Andover 
school-teachers, will speak on "Missions in 
Turkev. "' 



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2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing for the A. M. A. School in Williams- 
burg. K\. 

7.45 Mission Study Class, led by Mr. Arthur 
McBride of the Seminary. Details will be ex- 
plained in the Y. P. S. C. E. meeting tonight. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Frank Blunt, Central street ; leader, Rev- 
Clifford Miller. 



Meetings outside the church will be held as 
follows, ail on Monday: 

6 30 At the South Church. Lawrence, social 
and supper (at 7.00) of the North Essex Con- 
gregational Club. "Lincoln Xight 11 The 
speakers will be Judge X. P. Frye, Mr. W. H. 
Buswell and Rev. G. E. Lovejoy. 

7.30 In Bartlett Chapel, a lecture (free), to 
which all are invited cordially, on "The Reli- 
gious Use of the Stars. ' 7 by a former resident 
of Andover. Rev. David S. Yale. 

3.30—6.00 and 7. 00— 9.00 General reception, 
with entertainment and refreshments, in the 
new building of the Lawrence Young Women's 
Christian Association, 34 Lawrence street. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street: telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, T. Frank 
Pratt. Charles H. Shearer. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Frank B. Jenkins, George 
A. Parker, David Shaw, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. T. Frank Pratt, Leader 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Harry S. Lowd, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Pierce, Organist. Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Cen- 
tral Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

S<HiTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 




Unto <Snti bt glory ttt tlje (Ehurrh ano in 
Chnst ilpaua. — Ephesians 3:21. 



uUj? Wwk of iFebrttarg IT, 190? 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading 
33rd Selection. Lessons, Genesis 21:1 — 21, 
Luke 2: 40—52. Hymns, 30, 518, 457. Sermon, 
"Opportunity for the Child,' 1 1 Kings 14: 3. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. " Lessons of 
the First Psalm. 11 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, "An 
easy life versus a hard one. 11 2 Timothy 2: 
1 — 13; leader. Miss Minnie Brown. Prepara- 
tion meeting at 6:15. 

7.30 Meeting in behalf of the New England 
Home for Little Wanderers. Address by Rev. 
William E. Noyes. A choir of children from 
the Home will sing. An offering will be made 
for the Home. 

£ue0&a£ 

8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. Discussion 
of the articles in the warrant for the annual 
town meeting in March. Men of the parish 
from 18 to 35, interested to know more of the 
A K. A., will be welcomed to this meeting 
and to hear the discussion. 

Webntabay 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7.45 Mid-week meeting of the church. The 
meeting this week will be of interest to all, 



QH|F Week nf iFrbntary IT, imir 



and especially bo Sunday school teachers. 
Miss Minnie Mellows, parish visitor of the 
Free Baptist Church, Lawrence, and head of 
its Sunday school, will teach the lesson for 
next Sunday, "God's Covenant with Abram." 

£#ura&a£ 

3.30 Foreign missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. 

7.45 Mission Study Class, led by Mr. Arthur 
A. Me Bride. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Alonzo Somers, Pearson street ; leader, 
Rev. Clifford Miller. 

7.45 Prudential Committee meeting with 
all who desire to unite with the church at the 
March communion. Letters may be sent to 
the pastor. 

On Tuesday and Thursday at 7.45 Professor 
H. G. Mitchell of Boston University will give 
illustrated lectures in the lecture room of the 
Archaeology Building. The first lecture will 
cover views of Southern Palestine, the second 
of Jerusalem, a very attractive announcement. 

Last Tuesday the Y. P. S. C. E. held a busi- 
ness meeting and social in the vestry. The 
Tuesday before the A. K. A. had Rev. W. E. 
Lombard and Mr. J. Harold Melledge as its 
interesting guests. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Hell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 









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Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



Sty* Wttk nf iFebruarg 24, 190r 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading 
34th Selection. Lessons, Matthew, 14:13 — 33, 
John 21. Hymns, 8, 287, 471. Sermon, 
"Peter, 1 ' 1 Peter 1: 1. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department of the Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

3.30 Men's meeting in Y. M. C. A. Hall. 
Speaker, Rev. E. C. Davis of Lawrence. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Y. P. S. 
C. E. Topic, " Being Honest with Yourself 
and God." Luke 12:1—3; leader, Mr. Harry 
S. Lowd. Preparation meeting at 6: 15. 

7.30 First lecture on "Additions to the 
Apostles' 1 Creed for Our Own Time.'" Hon. 
John N. Cole will speak on " Believing in and 
Serving the State.'" 

OhXonbay 

7.45 Meeting of the Sunshine Ten with Mrs. 
Harrington, Salem street. 

7.45 Meeting of the executive committee of 
the Andover Christian League. 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7.45 Meeting of preparation for the Com- 



ahe fflrrk of JFrbrnaru B4, 1907 



£8urs6a£ 

2.30 Sowing meeting of the Women's Union. 
ingfoi the A. Iff. A. S 1 in Williams- 

burg. Ky. 

7.45 Mission Study Class, led by Mr. Arthur 
A. Mc Bride. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mrs. George Ellsey. Park street : leader. Rev. 
Clifford Miller. 

3.30 With Mrs. L. F. Dearborn, Elm street. 

Bible study meeting of her class in the Home 
Department. 

7.45 With Mi>>. Helen White. Elm square, 
meeting of the officers and leaders of the 
Courteous Circle. 

The Prudential Committee propounds for 
admission to this church Mrs. Alice Pur- 
ington Holt from the Congregational Church. 
Bethel. Me., and Mrs. Mabel Bacon Ripley 
from the Park Church. Norwich. Conn. 

Dismissed, Feb. 21.— Mrs. Gertrude Holt 
Gustin to the Christian Union Church. West 
I rP 'Urn. 

< >n Wednesday at 4: ()0 Prof. E. A. Steinei of 
Iowa College, will speak in Bartlett Chapel 
on "The New American and the New 
Problem." Professor Steiner is a leading 
representative of what is called sometimes 
•• Christian Socialism.*' 

The collection last Sunday night for the 
Little Wanderers" Home amounted I --T 



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Carlton. 

.Jonathan 

Mrs. J. 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, 

Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Jitniob Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: <;. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, fleud Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3:21. 



®tj* Hwk tagtromtg iKarrl} 3, 1BU7 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading. 
35th Selection. Lessons, Luke 10:38 — 42, 
John 12:1—8. Hymns, 340, 233. Sermon. 
tl Mary of Bethany 1 ' John 11: 2. 

The services will be followed by the cele- 
bration of the Communion. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department. Attendance last Sunday 174. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Evening worship and Y. P. S. C. E. 
meeting. Rev. Clark Carter will speak on 
"Moral Questions in To-morrow's Town Meet- 
ing. 11 There are several of them, and he may 
not speak of them all. It promises to be an 
important town meeting, and whatever Mr. 
Carter says will be illuminating and valuable. 

<£uea&a£ 

7.45 In the West Church, quarterly meeting 
of the Andover C. E. Union. This will be a 
meeting of congratulations to Mr. William 
Shaw of Ballardvale, the new general secretary 
of the United Society of Christian Endeavor. 

WtbntBbay 

3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7.45 Mr. George E. Gay, superintendent of 
the Haverhill public schools, will teach the 
Sundav-school lesson on tl Isaac, 11 as for a 



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young men's Bible class. The pastor v, r ishe 
that he could reach every member of the cons 
gregatioo with this announcement. Mr. Gay 
was for some years teacher of the very suc- 
cessful young men's class in the First Baptist 
Church of Maiden. Miss Mellows 1 teaching 
two weeks ago of the lesson for primary 
scholars interested and impressed all who 
heard her. This is another meeting which we 
may well wish to hear. 

£#uv0da£ 

3 30 Prayer Meeting of the Women's Union. 
Topic, "The Value and Blessing of a Knowl- 
edge of the Bible, 11 Psalm 119: 105; leader, 
Mrs. Lewis F. Hardy. 

7.45 Annual meeting of the Parish. 

7.45 Meeting of the Courteous Circle. Sub- 
ject, "Our Covenant.' 1 Miss Mary Lindsay 
will sing. Members will kindly put State dues 
(25 cts.) in regular offering envelopes. 

7.45 With Miss Mears, Bartlett Street, Mis- 
sion Study class. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Lawrence, Pearson street ; leader, Rev. 
Clifford Miller. 

8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. Programme 
furnished bv the Entertainment Committee. 



We owe the new design for the tirst page of 
the Calendar to the kindness and skill of Mr. 
Mr William H. Foster. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball. George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

S<HJTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

roUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



GJljefflwk beginning iMarrtj in, 1007 



10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading. 
35th Selection. Lessons, (Genesis 26:12 — 33, 
John 12: 12 :32. Hymns, 134, 482, 408. Sermon. 
" Andrew," John 12: 22. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department. Attendance last Sunday 211. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Praise meeting of the Senior Y. P. S. 
C. E.; leader, Mr. Chester Farmer. A new 
pamphlet of hymns, including the "glory 
song, 11 will be used. Soloists, Miss Alice Holt, 
Miss Helen White, Mr. George White. 

7.30 Rabbi Charles Fleischer of Boston will 
speak on " A Common-Sense Religion. 11 This 
is the second lecture on " Additions to the 
Apostles 1 Creed for Our Own Time, 11 and is 
intended to deal with the industrial life of our 
time. 

Cfttonbay 

7 35 Meeting of the Sunshine Ten with Miss 
Hinchcliffe, 3 Highland road. 



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3.15 At the Guild-house, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd and gymnasium classes. 

7 45 Rev. John L. Keedy of North Andover 
will teach the Sunday-school lesson on 
"Jacob," as for classes of 14 and 15 year-olds. 
This course of talks is exciting interest. All 
who heard Mr. Gay last week felt repaid ; and 
Mr. Keedy is to talk of his specialty, — the 
teaching of biography. 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union 
for the A. M. A. school at Williamsburg, Ky. 
This sewing is approaching its end, and a full 
attendance is desired. Before the barrel is 
packed, a request will be made for clothing for 
girls from 8 to 12. 

3.30 Regular bi-monthly meeting of the 
Andover Auxiliary to the McCall Mission, with 
Mrs. J. L. Brewster, Locke street. 

7.45 With Miss Mears. Bartlett Street, Mis- 
sion Study class. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. J. E. Murphy, Lewis street ; leader, Rev. 
Clifford Miller. 



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Pa-tor: Frank R. Sliipman; residence, 04 Central 
Street: telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. GrUtterson. 

Treasurer: Jolm Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton. 
Francis II. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard. Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter. John F. Kim- 
hall. George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis EL Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, Preaident 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw. Assessors. F. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mahel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard. 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and spenk with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of resident e : 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. 1 lease fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER.MflSS. 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
•in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading, 
37th Section. Sermon hy Rev. Frederic A. 
Wilson. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, "Lessons 
from Abraham, 11 Hebrews 11:8 — 19; leader, 
Mr. George W. White. 

7.30 Evening worship. Union meeting to 
consider the subject of Sunday observance. 
Address by Rev. Martin D. Kneeland, D. D., 
secretary of the New England Sabbath Pro- 
tective League. 

The many bills on this subject before the 
present legislature seem to show that we have 
come to a parting of the ways in the matter of 
Sunday as a legal rest-day. It is a time when 
Christians and citizens owe it to the public 
welfare to have their own judgments made on 
the subject, and, having them, to show them. 

(Wionbay 

7.30 With Miss Evelyn Hardy, 17 Maple 
avenue, meeting of the Willing Workers of the 
Courteous Circle. 



<Elp Stok beginning ittarrit XT, 1907 

8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. Debate. 

2.00 Serving meeting. Contributions of 
clothing for girls of eight to fourteen years 
are asked for the barrel to be sent to the 
Highland School. 

3.15 At the Guild-house, sloyd and gym- 
nasium classes of the Junior Endeavor Society. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the church. Miss 
Clara A. Putnam will teach the Sunday school 
lesson on "Jacob's Vision.'' 

&$uvBbay 

3.30 Home Missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Address by Miss Luiga 
Nitti of Boston, whose anticipated coming 
here in January was prevented by illness. 

7.45 At the church, Mission Study Class. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
; leader. Rev. Clifford Miller. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
St re«-t; telephone, 19-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER.MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



alje Efr?k bwjinmng iHarrh 24, 19D7 

10.30 Morning worship. Responsive reading, 

40th Section. Sermon by Rev. Clark Carter. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50 
Main department. Miss L. L. Jeomann will 

speak on Fisk University. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Honorary mem- 
bers" meeting. Topic, "What is Success?" 
Proverbs 3: 1—18. 

7.30 Evening worship. Sermon by Mr. 
Carter. 

<Tues5a£ 

7 45 Mission Study Class with Miss Louise 
Hardy. IT Maple avenue. 

3.00 Meeting of the Bible Ten of the 
Courteous Circle in the vestry. 

3.15 At the Guild-house, sloyd and gym- 
nasium classes of the Junior Endeavor Society. 

7. 45 Midweek meeting of the church. Sub- 
ject. Pilate's question: "What shall I do 
then with Jesus: " Matthew 27: 22. 



Sin* Wnk btgbmbtg iWarrlt 24, 1907 



<£#urs5a£ 
2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 

3 30 Quarterly meeting of the Visitors of 
the Home Department. 

7.30 Union Service for Good Friday at 
Christ Church. Addresses by Rev. Mr. Fuller 
of Ballard vale and Professor Hincks of the 
Seminary. 



On the evening before Good Friday, Holy 
Communion will be celebrated in Christ 
Church, and members of this church are 
cordially invited by the rector and wardens of 
the church to unite with them in the service. 

Our evening service for the next three 
Sundays will be devoted to: 

31st. (afternoon) Easter Concert. 

April 7 Address by Mr. George H. Martin, 
Secretary of the State Board of Education. 

April 14 Sermon by Rev. Daniel Gross. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Hell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

DEACONESSES: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sin day School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. F. : Jesse F. West. President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. F. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: (i. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. F. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence: 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto Gcd fce glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesiars 3 : 21. 



Sljr fflrrk tegtmung iMarrij 31. 1907 



(§vhn uf Utarmttg Brruirr 

Organ Prelude, Fantasie in E minor. Merkel 

Call to Worship. 

Invocation and The Lord's Prayer. 

The Doxology. 

Anthem, 4 ' Rejoice on this glad day." Spence 

Responsive reading, 5th Selection. 

Gloria Patri. 

The Apostles 1 Creed. 

Anthem, " Easter Day.' 1 Rowley 

Lesson, John 20: 1-18. 

Anthem. " Te Deum laudamus."" 

Lesson, Philippians 3 : 8-21. 

Hymn, No. 203. 

Prayer and Choir Response. 

Offering and Hymn, No. 202. 

Offertory Prayer. 

Sermon, " The Fashions of Death and Life, 11 

Phil. 3:21 
Hymn, No. G20. 
Prayer. 
Organ Postlude, Grand Choeur. Me Matter 



The quartet this morning includes Miss 
Evelyn Kendall, Mrs. Grace B. Norris, Mr. J. 
Chester White, Mr. Walter E. Kendall. 

The Senior Y. P. S. C. E. will hold its con- 
secration meeting at 5.45 ; leader, Miss Laura 
Farnham. 

The A. K. A. will meet on Tuesday at ^00 
o'clock; address by Mr. M. E. Gutterson. 



Sty? Meek teghming ifflarri) 31, 1007 



©rorr of thr iEaatrr (Emtrrrt — 4.30 p.m. 

Organ Processional. 

Carol, School 

Invocation, Led by the Superintendent 

Young Ladies' Chorus. 

Psalm, t Intermediate Department 

Recitation, "Easter Blossoms. 11 
Carol, Primary Department 

Scripture Lesson, Mr. J. E. Holt 

Exercise, Scholars from Mrs. Gibson's, Miss 
Hunter's and Miss Hemenway's classes. 



Recitation, 




Marjorie Jaquith 


Carol. 




School 


Exercise, 




Primary Scholars 


Recitation, 




Primary Scholar 


Carol, 




School 


Recitation, 




Primary Scholar 


Recitation, 


Mi 


ss Winifred Symonds 


Carol, 


Inte 


rmediate Department 


Offering. 






Solo, 




Miss Mabel Carter 


Address, 




The Pastor 


Prayer. 






Carol, 




School 


Benediction. 







IDeottesoay 

7 45 Midweek meeting of the church. Ad- 
dress by Mrs. W. B. D. Cray of Cheyenne, Wyo. 

3 30 Prayer meeting of the Women's Union. 
Subject, 1 Cor. 13; leader, Miss Hinchcliffe. 

7.45 Public meeting of the Courteous 
Circle. Address by Mrs. Morton W. Plummer 
on the work at Ingleside. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball. George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence ; 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 



ANDOYER,MASS 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



Ultje M^k brgtmtmg April r, IBU7 

JSun&aj? 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 44th 

Selection. Lessons, Isaiah 43:1-18, .John 20: 
19-29. Hymns, 206, 208, 329. Sermon. "A 
man who had trouble with himself." John 
20:29. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
department of the Bible School. Attendance 
last Sunday. 217. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "Things 

learned from good people outside the Bible, 1 ' 
1 Thess. 1:2-8; leader. Miss Roggemann. 

7.30 Evening worship. Owing to the ill- 
health of Mr. George II. Martin, secretary of 
the State Board of Education, who was to have 
spoken at this service, the pastor instead will 
speak on " The Family.' 1 

6.30 Supper (at 7.00 — 50 cts.) and discus- 
sion of the North Essex Congregational Club. 
The subject for discussion will be "Church 
extension in Lawrence and vicinity." Many 
men may be of many minds, and an arousing 
meeting may be expected. 



% 



Ulfje Wnk bwjiiming April 7. 190r 



3.15 At the Guildhouse, Junior Endeavor 
sloyd class. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject. "A Bigher Life and a Xew Name." 
< .diesis 32. 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. A barrel will be packed for the A. 
M. A.. — School in Kentucky. Contributions 
of <i'irls" clothing or small articles for students 1 
rooms will be very acceptable. Please send 
them to the vestry on Thursday. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mrs. Ellsey, Park street; leader, Rev. Clifford 
Miller. 



The Women's Union will bold a sale on the 
18th. Please reserve tbe evening. 



Mrs. Hannah A. (Holt) Cummings was one of 

tbe oldest and. there is no need to say, one of 
tbe most respected members of this church. 
She united with it at tbe January Communion 
of 184"). She and Iter husband. Mr. Daniel 
Cummings, were lovely in their lives, and now 
— after ten years — they are not divided. 



(Cbnrrb Sirrrtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman: residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell. Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt. T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter. John F. Kim- 
ball. George A. Parker, Charles C. Torre v. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard, To Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence : 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER,MflSS. 

roUNDED 1711 







Unto Gcd ce glory in the Church and 
in Chris: Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



Shr Wwk banning April 14, 19flr 

J£un&a£ 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 48th 
Selection. Lessons, Numbers 23:1-12, Acts 
10: "23-48. Hymns, 209, 503, 056 (Old Hundred). 
Addresses on The Congregational Churches of 
Massachusetts and the Immigrants of foreign 
tongue, by Rev. Karl F. Henrikson, pastor of 
the Finnish Church in Quincy, and Rev. Lud- 
vig J. Pedersen, pastor of the Norwegian 
Church in Boston. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
department of the Bible School. Attendance 
last Sunday, 210. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, " Les- 
sons from Jacob; " leader, Miss Fannie Erving. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by Rev. 
Daniel I. Gross, pastor of Rydal Side Church, 
Beverly. 

£uea6a£ 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. 

7.30 The Willing Workers of the Courteous 
Circle will meet with Miss Hardy, Maple 
avenue. 

8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. Important 
business. 



®i)? Wttk beginning April 14, IHlir 

4.00 At the Guildhouse, prize drill of the 
Junior Endeavor gymnasium class. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, " Whose Fault?" Genesis .37. 

£#urs5a£ 

330 Foreign missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Subject, "Arabia; 11 leader, 
Mrs. S. E. Randall. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Joseph Somers, Pearson street; leader, 
Rev. Clifford Miller. 



The Women's Union Sale has been post- 
poned till Thursday, April 25. 

The first meeting of the Christian League 
will be held in the large vestry, April 23. 

s 

Mr. Carlton's Sunday-school Class has 
given the school a handsome oak register and 
bulletin board, which has been hung in the 
large vestry. It is a very good thing to have, 
and their kindness in making the gift is much 
appreciated. 

The next opportunity of uniting with the 
church is not far off. Will not the reader 
make this opportunity his own, and tell the 
pastor.' 



(Eljitrrlj Stmtarij 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Hell, Frank T. Carlton. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Bolt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential, Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

'Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior V. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any servke and speak with him 
He also wishes to I- now of cases of sickness; change of residem e : 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. liease fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO.- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sicknes 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

roUNDED 1711 









w 









Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



®ip> Wwk beginning April 21, 190 7 



J&un&ay 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 50th 
Selection. Lessons, Psalm 107: 1-22, Luke 
18: 18-30. Hymns 54, 630, 314. Words to the 
children, '-St. Bridget." Sermon. •• Resting 
and Unresting in Christ/ 1 Psalm 107: 9. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
department of the Bible School. Attendance 
last Sunday, 214. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject. "Our 
Words." 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, "The Message of the Peace Congress."" 



£ueada£ 

7.30 First annual meeting of the Christian 
League of Andover. Seven of the Protestant 
churches in town have joined it. Besides the 
ordinary business, addresses will be made by 
Rev. Frederic Palmer, who proposed the 
league, Rev. Charles H. Oliphant, president of 
the Christian League of Methuen, and Mr. 
Joseph Lee of Boston, who has been active in 
many civic movements but is best known for 
his interest in securing play grounds for the 
children of Boston. 



ah? fflrek tftgutttittg April 21. 19117 



7.45 Midweek meeting of the church. 
Subject, "The Incoming Foreigner." 

Can the church reach the immigrant ? What 
can this church do ? Why is the immigrant 
worth reaching ? 

8.30 Meeting of the prudential committee 
with all who desire to join the church at the 
next Communion. 



ZQursbay 



4.00-9.00 Annual Sale by the Women's 
Union. Aprons, fancy articles, homemade 
candy, ice cream and cake will be sold. After 
seven o'clock 10 cents will be charged for ad- 
mission. A "James Whitcomh Riley" enter- 
tainment will be given: his poems will be read 
and represented in pantomime, his favorite 
songs will be sung in both solos and quartets. 
Let us all help to make this event a success, 



Next Sunday evening the Andover Choral 
Union will give the cantata of " Ruth " in the 
church. 

Following the closing of the Junior En- 
deavor sloyd class, the gymnasium class closed 
with a prize exhibition on Wednesday. In the 
calisthenic drill, Harold Gates won first prize. 
Carl Lindsay second ; in apparatus work, Carl 
Lindsay first prize. Harold Cates second. 



GUjurrlj Stmtnrg 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: (t. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence ; 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER.MflSS. 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



ilh? Wnk beginning April 2B f XBUZ 



10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 56th 
Selection. Sermon by Rev. Professor William 
H. Ryder. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
department of the Bible School. Attendance 
last Sunday, 190. 

3.00 Band of Mercy meeting of the Junior 
Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. " The Power of a Contented 
Life. 1 ' Leader, Miss Harriet Carter. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by Pro- 
fessor Ryder. 

2.45 and 7.15 In High St. Church, Lowell, 
annual meeting of the Andover Conference. 
The interesting program may be found in the 
pews. 

7.45 Service of preparation for the com- 
Communion. 

3.30 Prayer meeting of the Women's Union. 
Subject, " Growth Through Learning to Place 
Christ's Valuation upon our Talents. 11 Prov. 
4:7; Phil. 2:5. Leader, Mrs. George L. Burs- 
ley. 



®l|p Wwk brgtmtbtg April 28. 190r 



7.45 Meeting of the Courteus Circle, Sub- 
ject, "Wearing the Cross." Admission service. 
Reading by Miss Hattie Erving, and special 
music. 



Professor Francis G-. Peabody of Harvard 

will give three lectures in Hartlet Chapel this 
week upon The Social Question. It is a fud- 
ject upon which he has written much and 
sensibly. The lectures will be on Monday at 
3.80, and Thursday and Friday at 4.00. On 
Wednesday at 9.45 and 2.45 the Inter-Seminary 
Missionary Alliance will hold open meetings 
in the Chapel. 

The best papers in the recent voluntary ex- 
aminations upon the Sunday-school lessons of 
the first quarter were written by the following; 
Senior department, 1. Edith Whitman; 2. Mil- 
dred Jenkins; 3. Ada Cole and Reginald Chut- 
ter. Intermediate department, 1. Elizabeth 
Bailey ; 2. Elizabeth Bartlett and Theodore 
Tyler. 

Henry C. Stetson, whose sad^and sudden 
death occurred on April 17fn7 in Cambridge, 
united with this church in 1887 while he was a 
pupil in Phillips Academy. After his marriage 
he attended St. John's Chapel in Cambridge 
and was a vestryman there. He was interested 
in the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, and was a 
director of the Cambridge Y. M. C. A. These 
names indicate only one side of what was an 
energetically useful and valuable life. 



(Eljurrij Stmtnry 



Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER,MASS. 

roUNDED 1711 





Unto Gcd te glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



Wije fflr^k bcguming iJtog 5, 19fl? 



#un6ay 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, last 
selection. Lesson, John 21. Hymns 287, 289, 
334. Sermon, "Feed My Sheep,* 1 John 21 : 16. 

The morning service will be followed by 
celebration of the Holy Communion. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 12.00, Main 
Bible School. Attendance last Sunday, 200. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Praise service of the Senior Y. P. S. C.E. 

£uesda£ 

8 00 Ladies" night of the A. K. A. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, "As we forgive our debtors,' 1 Genesis 
45 and 50. 

8 30 Sunday school teachers 1 prayer meet- 
ing. 

8.30 Social gathering in the parlor. 

9.00 The Sunday school teachers will serve 
light refreshments. 

£§ur0da£ 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Samuel Gilliard, North Main street; 
leader, Rev. Clifford Miller. 



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7.45 Semi-annual business meeting and 
social of the Senior Y. P. S. C. E. 



Professor Peabody will lecture in Bartlet 
Chapel on "The Social Question," on Monday 
at 3.30 and Wednesday and Friday at 4.00. 

The Andover and Woburn Branch of the 
Woman's Board of Missions will meet in the 
Congregational Church of Woburn on Thurs- 
day at 10.30 and 2.00. 

Rev. James Austin Richards will preach in 
this church next Sunday, both morning and 
evening. 

The Women's Union received $37 from its 
recent sale. 

The last meeting of the Courteous Circle 
was one of deep interest. 

This church may well give thanks to-day for 
the recovery of cherished members from 
dangerous illness. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis II. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt, 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 



ANDOYER , 

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10.30 Morning Worship. Sermon by Rev. 
James Austin Richards, pastor of the United 
Church, Newport, R. I. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
Bible School. Attendance last Sunday, 201. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, " Les- 
sons from Joseph. 1 ' Leader, Miss M. Wini- 
fred Burtt. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by Mr. 
Richards. 

ftttonday 

7.45 Meeting of the Sunshine Ten with Miss 
Fannie Erving, Salem Street. 

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7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject. " Modern Slaveries.''' 

8.30 Sunday school teachers' prayer meet- 
ing ; meeting of the new executive committee, 
Y. P. S. C. E. ; and meeting of the church 
prudential committee. 

9 00 The Y. P. S. C. E. will serve light re- 
freshments. 

3.30 Home Missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Subject, " Current Events 
in Home Missions. 11 Each member is asked to 
tell briefly of something which has interested 
her, in the work of any society sustained by 
Congregational benevolence. 



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8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mis. Ellsey, Park street; leader, Rev. Clifford 
Miller. 



The church welcomes a well-remembered 
friend to the pulpit to-day 

Members of the Courteous Circle are asked 
to leave contributions for [ngleside, with Miss 
Mabel .Jones, 44 Chestnut street, this week. 

May 21st is a date for Christian Endeavorers 
to reserve. 



The following were received into this Church 
last Sunday: Mrs. .). Warren Berry, from the 
Fifth Baptist Church, San Francisco, and Mr. 
and Mrs. James C. Hunter and Miss Jennie S. 
Hunter from Trinity Church. Lawrence; On 
profession of faith, Mrs. J. Harold Melledge 
and Miss Marguerite K. Eyre. 

DISMISSED, May 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. 
Jenkins to the Union Congregational Church, 

Winthrop. 



Mr. Menzies Christopher Andrews was the 
most venerable member of this church, having 
reached the age of ninety-one. His life was 
distinguished for manly energy, practical 
capacity and warm social affections. He unit- 
ed with this church in 1843 and was a singer 
in its choir for many years. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

TREASURES: John Allien. 

Deacons: Charles U. Hell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change o'f 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 



flNDOYER,MflSS. 

FOUNDED 1711 








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10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter. 1st 
Selection. Lessons, Job 33, Acts 2. Hymns, 
126, 155, 153. Sermon, " Man's Spirit and God 
the Holy Spirit." Job 32: 8. 

10 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
Bible School. Stereopticon illustrations of the 
Quarter's lessons will be shown by the pastor. 
All invited. Attendance last Sunday, 210. 

6.30 Union meeting of the Senior and the 
Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "Little Faults. 11 
Leader, Miss Florence Abbott. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by Mr. 
Samuel Hoffman Davis of Boston, Superin- 
tendent of the Massachusetts Anti-Saloon 
League. A collection will be taken for the 
League. 

7.00 Reception and Supper of the Andover 
C. E. Union. Rev. J. Edgar Park will act as 
toastmaster. An attendance of 250 is expected. 
"Honorary members 11 of the society are in- 
vited. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Rev. 
William Ferguson of Ballardvale, who is about 



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to leave the church there, will be present and 
Avill explain the great work of the "Morgan 
Memorial "in Boston. 

8 30 Sunday school teachers' meeting. 

8.00 Neighborhood prayer meeting with 
Mr. Joseph Somers, Pearson street; leader, 
Rev. Clifford Miller. 



The Woman's Board of Missions will meet 
in the Congregational Church of Winchester 
on Tuesday at 10.00 and 2.00. A number of 
missionaries will give addresses. 

Rev. Clark Carter is to represent the church 
at the meeting of the General Association in 
Westfield this week. 

The Junior Endeavor Society has placed a 
new blackboard in one of the vestries. 

The new officers of the Senior C. E. Society 
are Messrs Jesse West (president), William H. 
Foster (vice-president), Walter Thompson 
(treasurer) and Misses Edith Hunter and Ethel 
Hemenway (secretaries) ; heads of committees, 
Misses Farnham, Louise Hardy, Helen Bell, 
Roggemann, Jennie Clark, and Messrs Malcolm 
McTernen, Lewis Lindsay, Frederick Cheever. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School,: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

S<HJTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 2nd 
Selection. Lessons, Genesis 1, Matthew 21 : 33- 
43. Hymns, 132, 503, 609. Sermon for Trinity 
Sunday, Acts 2 : 33. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, Main 
Bible School. 

3.00 Foreign missionary meeting of the 
Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior 
Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, " How to realize the 
presence of Christ. ,, Leader, Mr. Chester 
Farmer. 

7.30 Praise Service. Hymns will be named 
informally, and several soloists will take part. 

£ues6a£ 
8.00 Meeting of the A. K. A. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Rev. 
Clark Carter and others will report the best 
thoughts and suggestions from recent conven- 
tions of churches and Sunday-schools. 



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8 30 Prayer meeting of the Sunday-school 
teachers. 

9.00 Social hour. The pastor will read a 
short story. 



Dismissed, May 22. — Mrs. Grace Farnham 
Foster to the North Church, North Andover. 

Thirty dollars were contributed, in cash and 
subscriptions, to the Anti-Saloon League last 
Sunday night. On Wednesday night 14 col- 
lection bags were taken for the Morgan Me- 
morial in Boston. 

The Order of Rebekah will hold its annual 
memorial service here next Sunday night. 

On the evening of June 5th, Mr. A. E. Rob- 
erts will show in the vestry stereopticon pic- 
tures of the Y. M. C. A. boys 1 summer camp — 
Camp Durrell. 

The supper of the Andover C. E. Union here 
on Tuesday night was a very large affair. The 
management of it reflected great credit on the 
skill of the young people of the Unions, and 
not least of the Committees of our own Society. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Hell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H, Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
ure)-, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torn v. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mai 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. 
Lender. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



•y Alice Abbot, P>-esi- 
Francis H. Foster, 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness: change of residence; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER . MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto Gcd be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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£&unbay 

10.30 Morning Worship. Sermon, k 'The 
Sin of Dives." 1 

11.00 Main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. "How to help 
those younger.' 11 Leader, Mr. Carlton. 

7.30 Annual Memorial Service of Indian 
Ridge Rebekah Lodge, No. 136. 

bvbcv of t(je ^etbice 

The Grand Master's Proclamation 

Read by Noble Grand Ellen (). East man 
Hymn (''■Woodworth 1 ') . The Congregation 

God of the living, in whose eyes 
Unveiled Thy whole creation lies, 
All souls are Thine ; we must not say 
That those are dead who pass away. 

Not spilt like water on the ground, 
Not wrapped in dreamless sleep profound, 
Not left to lie like fallen tree; 
Not dead, but living unto Thee. 

Thine are their thoughts, their works, their 

powers, 
All Thine, and yet most truly ours ; 
For well we know, where'er they be, 
Our dead are living unto Thee. 

Prayer . Led by Chaplain Mary E. Anderson 
Solo .... Miss Ruth Whitman 
The Roll of the Dead, 1906-1907 

Read by Secretary Sadie Hobbs 



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Hymn .... The Congregation 

He leadeth me; () blessed thought, 

() words with heavenly comfort fraught, 

Whate'er I do, Where'er I be, 

Still 'tis God's hand that leadeth me. 

Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, 
Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, 
By waters still, o'er troubled sea, 
Still 'tis his hand that leadeth me. 

Lord, I would clasp thy hand in mine, 
Nor ever murmur nor repine; 
Content, whatever lot I see, 
Since 'tis my God that leadeth me. 

Reading, l 'He giveth His beloved sleep '' 

Past Grand Edith E. Hardy 

Solo Miss Whitman 

Scripture Lesson, Genesis 24 

Anthem Chorus 

Address, "The True Bond of Fellowship" 

Kev. Frank R. Shipman 

Solo Miss Whitman 

Prayer 

Hymn ("Manoah") . . The Congragation 

Thro' Him, Who all our sickness felt, 

Who all our sorrows bare, 
Thro' Him, in Whom Thy fulness dwelt, 

We lift to Thee our prayer. 

Help us to help each other, Lord, 

Each other's burdens bear; 
Let each his friendly aid afford, 

To soothe another's care. 

Help us to build each other up, 

Help us ourselves to prove ; 
Increase our faith, confirm our hope, 

And perfect us in love. 

Complete at length Thy work of grace, 

And take us to Thy rest, 
Among the saints who see Thy face, 

To be for ever blest. 

Benediction .... 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipmari; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 40-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V . Hell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, ( harles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Bolt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball. George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Francis H. Foster, Superin- 



Sunday School 

tendent. 
Women's Union 

dent. 
Courteous Circle 

Leader. 
Y; P. S. C. E. : Jesse E 
Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: 

Superintendent. 
A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 
Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 

Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 

J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 

Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 

Oliver YV. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 



West, President. 
Miss Florence I. Abbott, 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOVER, MAJVACHU/ETTV 

June 9% 130r. 

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Superintendent, — Mr. Francis H. Foster. 
Assistant Superintendent, — Mr. Jonathan E. Holt. 

Superintendent of the Intermediate Department, — Miss Louise E. Hardy. 
Superintendent of the Primary Department, — Miss M. Winifred Burtt. 
Superintendent of the Kindergarten, — Miss Charlotte Baker. 
Superintendents of the Home Department, — Miss Elmira Jones, Mrs. Frank 
T. Carlton. 



The scholars advanced to the Senior Department this morning are : 
Elizabeth Abbott, Elizabeth Bailey, Marion Barnard, Elisabeth Bartlett, 
William Buchan, Howard Cates, Kenneth Foster, Jennie Haddon, Helen 
Holt, Arnold McCloud. Arthur Symonds, Edith Wade, Emily Watson 

The scholars advanced to the Intermediate Department are : William 
M. Bailey, George Betson, Henry A. Burtt, Lyman F. Cheever, William 
P. Foster, Annie H. Haddon, Herbert W. Holt, Lois A. Lawrence, Ruth 
Lindsey, Annie Ness, Charles L. Parker, Edward R. Partridge, Gladys 
Thompson, Florence O. Wade, Arthur R. Whittemore. 



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PROCESSIONAL: Hymn No. 244. The Congregation. 

INVOCATION, followed by THE LORD'S PRAYER. (All Standing) 

The Congregation. 

THE DOXOLOGY, (All Standing) The Congregation. 

THE ONE HUNDREDTH PSALM, (All Standing) The Congregation. 



Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve 
the Lord with gladness; come before His presence with 
singing. Know ye that the Lord He is God: it is He 
that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people, 
and the sheep of his pasture. Enter into His gates with 
thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise : be thankful 
unto Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good : 
His mercy is everlasting ; and His truth endureth to all 
generations. 



THE GLORIA, (All Standing) The Congregation. 

READING : " A Little Child The Saviour Came " Edith Kendall (Senior Dept.) 

BAPTISMAL HYMN: No. 518 The Congregation. 

MINISTRATION OF BAPTISM. 

HYMN, No. 608 (All Standing) The Congregation. 

RECITATION: " Children's Day" Marjorie Jaquith. 



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SONG: The Primary Department. 

RECITATION: "Forget-me-nots" Hazel Bickford, Harriet Carter, Grace 

Francis, Irene Valentine, Bertha Watson. 

RECITATION: " Helping Mother" Henry Burtt. 

THE COMMANDMENTS and THE BEATITUDES, The Primary Graduates. 
PRESENTATION OF BIBLES, Mr. Jonathan E. Holt. 

COMPOSITION : " The Early Years of Jacob " Elisabeth Bartlett. 

COMPOSITION : " The Early Years of Joseph " Elizabeth Bailey. 

RECITATION : « The Boy With The Hoe " William Holden. 

RECITATION : " The Books of The Bible " The Intermediate Graduates. 
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS : Mr. Francis H. Foster. 

OFFERTORY: 

SCRIPTURE LESSON: Acts 19: 8-10, 18-20. Reginald Chutter (Senior Dept.) 
SERMON: "A Bonfire", Acts 19 : 19. The Pastor. 

HYMN, No. 465 
BENEDICTION. 
PRESENTATION OF PLANTS. 



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TO- DAY 

12.00.— Main Department of the Bible School. 

3.00.-Junior Y. P. S. C. E. " Straight Paths and Crooked Paths. " 
6.30.— Senior Y. P. S. C. E. " Slaves and Free; " leader, Mr. Ernest Wood. 
7.30.— Evening Worship. Sermon by the Pastor, on " Solomon's Baccalaureate 

Text." 

MONDAY 
7.45.— With Mrs. F. H. Foster, Central street, Birthday Party of the Courteous 

Circle. Honorary and active members are most cordially invited. 
6.30.— Annual meeting of the North Essex Congregational Club with the church in 

Methuen. Supper at seven (50 cts.). Hon. Charles U. Bell will open the 

discussion with an address on "Law and Justice in Puritan Times.'' 

TUESDAY 

7.45. — Mid-week meeting of the church. Mr. Albert W. Roberts, state secretary 
of Y. M. C. A. county work, will tell about the Y. M. C. A. boys' summer 
camp in Maine, illustrating his account with stereopticon pictures of camp 
life. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45. — In Bartlett Chapel, address by Professor Ambrose White Vernon, pro- 
fessor-elect of pastoral theology in Yale Divinity School. 

THURSDAY 

11.00.— Graduating Exercises in the Seminary Chapel. 



The baccalaureate sermon to the senior class of Abbot Academy will be preach- 
ed here next Sunday morning by Dr. George A. Gordon of Boston. On the follow- 
ing Tuesday, at eleven, the Anniversary Address will be given by Dr. William R. 
Richards of New York City. 



ORDER OF WORSHIP 

ON THE OCCASION OF THE 

BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS 

TO THE 

GRADUATING CLASSES 

ABBOT ACADEMY, ANDOVER. MASSACHUSETTS 






ESSE NON VIDERI. 
POTEST QUI POSSE VIDETUI 



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CCaU to WavtAfip. 

Swpmtap. (The Congregation will rise, standing until 
the close of the Call to Prayer.) 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty ! 

Early in the morning our song shall rise to Thee ; 

Holy, holy, holy ! merciful and mighty ! 

God ever glorious, blessed Trinity ! 

Call to $ragf r. 

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(Eljant— Page 362 ------ S. M. Downs. 

Glory be to God on high, and on earth peace, 
good will towards men. 

ffipapnnsui* Spaaing— Page 122. 

We praise Thee, O God: we acknowledge 
Thee to be the Lord. 

(gloria Patri. (The Congregation will rise.) 

SI)* Apo0tl?0* (Bvesb. 

Itettattb* anb Ana - Dudley Buck. 

Behold ! There shall be a day when the watchman upon 
the mountain-top shall cry aloud : Arise ye ! Get ye up 
unto Mount Zion, unto the Lord your God! For thus 
saith the Lord : Fear ye not, O Israel, neither be thou 
still dismayed. Refrain thy voice from weeping and 
thine eyes from tears ; for I the Lord am with thee and 
will save thee. I have loved thee. Why mournest thou 
in nightly watches? I have redeemed thee. 

&rriptur? iCpHaon. — Psalm 16. 



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-No. 462. 



We march, we march to victory ! 

With the cross of the Lord before us, 
With his loving eye looking down from 
[the sky, 

And his holy arm spread o'er us. 

We come in the might of the Lord of light 

A joyful host to meet him ; 
And we put to flight the armies of night, 

That the sons of the day may greet him. 



The bands of the alien flee away, 
And our chant goes up like thunder ; 

And the van of the Lord, in serried array; 
Cleaves Satan's ranks asunder. 

Our sword is the Spirit of God on high, 

Our helmet is his salvation, 
Our banner the Cross of Calvary, 

Our watchword — The Incarnation. 



Pastoral $?rag?r. 

GUjnral ftespamt. — Hymn No. 476. 

©ffiertorg and Sjgmtt ^o. 45B. 

Stjt ioxolngg ano ©ffertorg $rager.— (The Congregation will rise.) 

Sermon. - Rev. George A. Gordon, D. D. 



%ran — No. 489. 

The Son of God goes forth to war, 

A kingly crown to gain : 
His blood-red banner streams afar; 

Who follows in his train ? 
Who best can drink his cup of woe 

Triumphant over pain, 
Who patient bears his cross below, 

He follows in his train. 

The martyr first, whose eagle eye 

Could pierce beyond the grave, 
Who saw his Master in the sky, 

And called on him to save. 
Like him, with pardon on his tongue, 

In midst of mortal pain, 
He prayed for them that did the wrong ; 

Who follows in his train ? 



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A glorious band, the chosen few, 

On whom the Spirit came, 
Twelve valiant saints, their hope they 
knew, 

And mocked the cross and flame. 
They met the tyrant's brandished steel, 

The lion's gory mane, 
They bowed their necks, the death to 
feel; 

Who follows in their train ? 

A noble army, men and boys, 

The matron and the maid, 
Around the Saviour's throne rejoice 

In robes of light arrayed. 
They climbed the steep ascent of heaven 

Through peril, toil, and pain : 
O God, to us may grace be given 

To follow in their train. 



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in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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10.30 Morning Worship, with Baccalaureate 
Address to the graduating classes of Abbot 
Academy by Rev. George A. Gordon, D. D., of 
Boston. 

12.00 Main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Mr. Charles L. 
Curtis, principal of the Punchard School, will 
lead the meeting, commenting on these class 
mottoes: "To be, not to seem' 1 ; "He is 
able who seems to be able " (Abbot); " With 
energy and faith " (Punchard). 

7.30 Senorita Carolina Huidobro will give 
a stereopticon lecture on " The Christ of the 
Andes." 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, " Escaping from Egypt, 11 Exodus 14 : 13- 
27. 



The graduation exercises of Abbot Academy 
will take place in this church on Tuesday, at 
eleven o'clock. The anniversary address will 
be given by Rev. William R. Richards, I). D., 
of New York City. 



Baptized, June 9th. — Mary, daughter of 
Edward C. and Lillie F. Cole. 




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10.30 Morning Worship. 

11.50 Main Bible School. Attendance last 
Sunday, 197. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior Y. P. 
S. C. E. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon, "The 
Holy City." 



WtbntBbay 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, " St. Paul and the modern temperance 
question,' 1 1 Cor. 10. 

8.30 Meeting of the prudential committee 
with those who desire to unite with the 
church at the next Communion. 

8.30 Teachers 1 Prayer meeting. 

9.00 Social hour. Light r e f re shments 
served by the Women's Union. 



Sljuraftaij 

4.00 With Mrs. F. T. Carlton, quarterly 
meeting of the Visitors of the Home Depart- 
ment. 



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7.00 Sale and entertainment of the Junior 
Y. P. S. C. E., for the benefit of the piano 
fund. Admission, 15 cents. Candy, cake and 
ice cream will be for sale. A varied enter- 
tainment will be given. The chief feature of 
it will be an elaborate flag drill, for which 
the members have been practicing carefully. 



The Essex County C. E. " Cabinet" met in 
the church on June 15. The 25 members who 
were present were entertained at supper by 
the social committee of our Y. P. S. C. E. 

Miss Mabel Vinton, a member of our church 
now living in Salem, was married on June 6 to 
Mr. Herbert H. Plummer of Boston. 

It is a matter of interest to chronicle some 
of the honors of our parish's young people at 
this season. Mr. Chester Farmer was gradu- 
ated from the Lowell Textile School and re- 
ceived the prize for the best course in chemis- 
try. Mr. William H. Foster won a scholar- 
ship in the Art School of the Boston Art Mu- 
seum. Miss Grace Jenkins was graduated 
from the State Normal Art School. Misses 
Gratia Prouty and Ethel Hazelwood were 
valedictorian and salutatorian of their classes 
in Punchard, in which school Mildred Jen- 
kins and Lewis Lindsay won the two botani- 
cal prizes. In another line of effort, young 
men of our parish won more than half the 
points which made the Andover Y. M. C. A. 
victorious in the recent county track meet. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME. 



STREET NO. 



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Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, last 
selection. Lesson, Luke 4:31 — 43. Hymns, 
441, 289, 238. Sermon, "The Pity of the 
Lord," Luke 4:33. 

The morning service will be followed by the 
celebration of Holy Communion. 

12.00 Main Bible School. Attendance last 
Sunday, 129. 

7.30 Patriotic meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E. 
in charge of the musical committee. There 
will be special singing and readings. A 
printed order of service will be followed. 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "Duties towards God discerned 3000 
years ago. 1 ' Exodus 20: 1 — 11. 



The entertainment of the Junior Y. P. S. C. 
E. was a surprise and a pleasure to those who 
were present. It was so graceful, tasteful and 
sweet to both eye and ear. A deal of care had 
gone into the preparation of it. With the 
assistance of the Seniors, about $35 was 
netted for the piano fund. 

The quartet of the Atlanta University will 
sing here next Sunday night. 

This is the last calendar this summer. 




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in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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Our morning worship today will be led by 
Rev. Clark Carter. The Sunday school ses- 
sions will be resumed next Sunday. The 
Christian Endeavor meeting at 7.30 tonight 
will be a praise service in charge of the music 
committee. 

Our midweek meeting will be held on Wed- 
nesday at 7.45. The subject will be, >l Life for 
a Look, 11 Numbers 21: 1 — 9. 

On Thursday evening the Christian Endeavor 
Society will hold its annual lawn party, in or- 
der to raise money for the winter flower fund. 



The pastor will be absent the Sundays of 
Sept. 8-29. During this time Rev. W. Els- 
worth Lawson of the Union Church. Mexico 
City, Mexico, will serve as acting pastor. Mr. 
Lawson will be staying at Mrs. Shattuck's on 
Morton street. 



During the past pleasant summer the church 
has been open every Sunday to congregations 
and Christian Endeavor gatherings of good 
size. Much pleasure has been given by the 
labors of the flower committee. We remem- 
ber especially the Sunday when the pulpit 
was adorned with a mass of pond lilies, and 
another Sunday when the decorations were 
beautiful irises, given by Messrs. Omar and 
Herbert Chase. 



Stye Week of &epte tutor 1, 1907 



No Sunday school picnic was held, but 
instead, the "summer outing 11 work of the 
Church was much larger and more useful than 
usual. 

Received into the Church: July 7, Miss Mary 
M. Lindsay from the First Baptist Church, 
Beverly; Mr. J. Harold Melledge from the 
First Church, Cambridge; Miss Lola A. 
Murch, Miss Amanda L. Murphy. 

Baptized: July 21, Ruth, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Mary Watson. 

Died: July 28, Mrs. Mary E. (Jones) Ab- 
bott, a member of this church, held in affec- 
tionate remembrance. Mrs. Abbott had 
united with the church in 1847. July 28, Mr. 
Edwin Jones, a member of the parish. July 
31, Dorothy Holmes, a member of the parish. 
August 10, Arthur Symonds, a member of the 
parish. August 17, Mrs. Ella O. (Stocking) 
Andrews, a member of the parish and of the 
Howard Avenue Church, New Haven. August 
23, Mr. George F. Baker, a member of the 
parish. August 24. Miss Annie Smith, a mem- 
ber of the parish, and of a church in Belfast, 
Ireland. 



Notices for the calendar for the next six 
weeks should be sent as early as Thursdays to 
Rev. Charles C. Torrey, Florence street. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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Sunday Morning Worship 10.30 Psalter 
Selection 7. Hymns 384. 355. 203. Sermon by- 
Rev. W. E. Lawson. Subject. "The Father- 
hood of God and Our Common Life.' 1 

Evening, 6.30. Y. P. S. C. E., Missionary 
Meeting, first of a series of meetings on the 
Islands of the Pacific. Leader, Helen W. Bell. 

7.30 p. m. Preaching. Sebject. Practical 
Argument for Christianity. 

Midweek prayer-meeting. Wednesday, 7.45 
o'clock. Subject. iL Death of Moses, 11 Deut. 
XXXIV (1-12.) Leader, Rev. Clark Carter. 



The Sunday School is reserving September 
22nd for its Rally Sunday, a special program 
of music and addresses is being prepared. It 
is hoped each class will have a full attendance. 



As prizes are to be awarded those who have 
taken the best care of the plants given out 
Children's Sunday, it is hoped a large number 
will be brought in for approval. 



•• When God has the directing of our life, it 
is full of promise, and whatever we have to do 
or suffer, the Divine discipline has its perfect 
work. 11 



" Before our life can get depth into it. it 
must get God into it. A life with no intention 
of God in it must be shallow. 11 

Notices for the Calendar for the next four weeks should be 
sent to C. C Torrey, 15 Elm street. 




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Unto God be glory in the Church and 
In Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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Sunday Morning Worship 10.30 Psalter 
Selection 11th. Hymns 560, 323, 224. Sermon, 
subject, "Christ and Truth." 

11.50 Main Bible School. Subject, "The 
Death of Moses. 1 ' 

Evening, 6.30. Senior Y.P.S.C.E. Subject, 
"God's Presence, Knowledge and Power." 
Ps. 139 (1-2) 1 Chron. 29 (9-13). Leader, Harry 
S. Lowd. 

7.30 p.m. Preaching by Rev. W. E. Lawson. 
subject, "Mexico." 

Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Midweek Meeting. 
Subject, Sunday School lesson for Sunday fol- 
lowing. Leader, Deacon F. T. Carlton. 

Notice. The Home Mission Department of 
the Ladies 1 Union will hold its next meeting 
on Thursday, Sept. 26th, at 3 o'clock p. m. 
Rev. Mr. Lawson will be present to tell about 
religious work in Mexico. 

"Lord be Thou tenant ol this house of clay, 
Morning, and noon, and night, with ceaseless care 

Lest others enter in, and, Thou away, 
Make for themselves a hateful lodgment there. 

So come my Lord, and make Thy dwelling here, 
And if Thou, entering, seest some evil face 

Leer from its corner, let Thy shining clear 
Purge and illumine every secret place," 

Notices for the Calendar for the next three weeks should be 
sent to C. C Torrey, 15 Elm street. 




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Unto Gcd te gloiy in the Church acd 
in Christ Jesus.— tphesians 3 : 21. 



ghp Week of S>gptgmbgr 29, B7 

10.30 Sunday Morning Worship Psalter 
Selection 12th. Hymns 209, 99, 153. Sermon, 
Rev. W. E. Lawson. Subject, " Unconscious 
Christianity. " 

11.50 Main Bible School. 

6.30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. Rally to the 
Work, Ex. 14:15, 2 Chron. 31:20,21. Conse- 
cration. Leader, Jesse West. 

7.30 p. m. Evening Worship Sermon, "The 
Olory of God.'" Mr. Torrey. 

Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Midweek Meeting. 
Subject: Joshua, Israel's New Leader, Josh. 
I. (1-11). Leader, Mr. Lawson. 

Thursday, 3.30 p.m. Prayer meeting of the 
Women's Union. Subject, Let the Beauty of 
the Lord our God be upon us. Ps. XC 17. 

7.45 p.m. Courteous Circle Rally Xight. 
Miss Winnie Burtt will lead the Devotional 
Exercises, and there will be admission of new 
members, also special music. Important 
questions will come up for decision. 

The Y.P.S.C.E. will hold their Quarterly 
Union Meeting on Friday, Oct. 4th, 8 o'clock 
p.m., at Ballard Vale. (Postponed from Oct. 
1st.) Rev. Mr. Lawson will give an address. 

On Tuesday, Oct. 1st, the Andover Confer- 
ence of Congregational churches, will meet at 
the United church, Lawrence, at 3 o'clock p. 
m., evening session at 7.30. Delegates from 
this church are: Acting pastor, Rev. W. E. 
Lawson; S. S. Supt. F. H. Foster, ex officio. 
Delegates chosen as follows: C. C. Torrey, J. 
F. Kimball, Miss Helen Bell, Miss Mary Alice 
Abbot, Judge C. U. Bell. Programs will be 
found in the pews. 

It has become necessary to close the Sub- 
Primary department of the Sunday School for 
a while. Notice will be given when the ses- 
sions are to be resumed. 

Mr. Lawson told about Mexican children, 
Mr. Carlton talked on systematic giving, and 
and Miss Florence West sang an appropriate 
solo. The following children received prizes 
for getting the best results from the plants 
given them on Children's Sunday: William 
Foster. Adelaide Dodge. Guy Webster and 
Edward Dodge. The potted plants used for 
church decorations last Sunday were all 
brought in by the children. 




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in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Sunday Morning Worship. Psalter 
Sel. 26. Hymns 131, 125, 100. Sermon, Rev. 
J. E. Park. 

11.50 Main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Those who have 
mite boxes please bring them. 

6.15 Y. P. S. C. E. Plans for the Autumn. 
LOOKOUT COMMITTEE. 

7.30 There will be no evening service at the 
Church. 

The Christian Civic League of And over to 
which this church belongs, will according to 
its Constitution, hold a union service with the 
other churches at the Baptist church, at 8 
o'clock. There will be an address by the 
President of the League, the Rev. Frederic 
Palmer and by the Rev. Dr. Samuel McComb 
of Emmanuel Church, Boston, on the work 
carried on there during tie last year in setting 
forth the relation between Righteousness and 
Health. Services in the other churches be- 
longing to the league will be suspended this 
evening. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek Meeting. Subject, "'Israel 
enters the Promised Land.'' Josh. 3: 5-17. 
THURSDAY 

2.30 p. m. Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. 

"The sequence in Christian progress is, Live 
in order to know. We reverse this, and insist 
upon knowing before we try to live." "If any 
man willeth to do His will, he shall know." 

"If you wish to know what religion is, prac- 
tice it. It is like learning to swim. 




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SUNDAY 

10. 30 Sunday Morning Worship. The 
Psalter, 1st Selection. Lessons, Joshua 3, 
Hebrew 11. Hymns, 28, 331, 350. 

Sermon, ''The true life, a life of faith," Heb- 
rews 10: 39. 

11.50 Bible School. Attendance last Sun- 
day. 196. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "He- 
member eternity !" John 2: 15-25; leader, the 
pastor. 

7.30 Informal Praise Service, singing by 
Miss Florence West. 

MONDAY 

6.*30 Autumn meeting of the North Essex 
Congregational Club with the Congregational 
Church in North Andover. Supper at 7 o'clock, 
fifty cents. Afterwards there will be a dis- 
cussion, carried on in a number of short speech- 
es, upon the topic, "The Religious Life of the 
Present Day." 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the church. Dis- 
cussion of Sunday-school work, based on sug- 
gestions from the State Convention. 



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THURSDAY 
8.30 Foreign Missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Rev. Clayton Judy, an inter- 
esting speaker, will relate incidents of his life 
in Sierra Leone. 

FRIDAY 
7.30 The "Willing Workers" will meet with 
Mrs. Philip F. Ripley, Wilson's Corner. Take 
Haverhill car at 7.15 or 7.45. 



The Women's Union is sewing for a mission- 
ary family in Traverse City, Mich., a town on 
Lake Michigan, about 250 miles northwest of 
Detroit. 

The Senior Y. P. S. C. E. won the banner for 
largest attendance at the recent Union meet- 
ing. 

Last Children's Day, prizes were offered for 
the plants which, presented that day, should 
look the best in the Fall. The prizes were 
awarded on Sept. 22, to William P. Foster, 
Adelaide Dodge, Guy Webster, Edward Dodge. 

The visit among us of Rev. W. Elsworth 
Lawson of the Union Church in Mexico City 
was much enjoyed. Hij sermons and address- 
es were interesting and quickening. He has 
made many friends here, and we shall welcome 
his return to us, whenever his journeys north 
bring him to Andover. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, G4 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutter son. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton. 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert. Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter. John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: .Jesse F. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superinte)ulent. 

A. K. A.: (r. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Cleric. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangeis, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Camers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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Unto Gcd be glory in the Church anc 
>n Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 2nd 
Selection. Lessons, Joshua 3, Philippians 3. 
Hymns, 441, 86, 466. Sermon, "A Time to 
Move Forward," Joshua 3:4. 

11.50 The Bible School. Attendance last 
Sunday, 161. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. The pastor will 
talk about living in Mexico. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Subject, "The Islands of the Pa- 
cific." Leadei, Miss Florence Mears. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by Rev. 
Herbert W. Lathe of San Diego, Cal. (Ando- 
ver Seminary, 1877.) 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the church. Sub- 
ject, "If our religion should make the best of 
us?" Joshua 14: 6-15. 

8 30 The prudential committee will meet 
all who desire to unite with the Church at the 
approaching Communion. 

THURSDAY 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. Sewing for a missionary family in 
Traverse City, Mich. 



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FRIDAY 

3.30 Social and tea of the Home Depart- 
ment of the Bible school. Rev. F. S. Hunne- 
well of Reading will repeat the helpful talk on 
Bible Study which he gave ten days ago at the 
State Sunday-school Convention. This will be 
a pleasant occasion, not to be missed if possi- 
ble by the one hundred members. 

3.30 With Mrs. John L. Brewster, Locke 
street, annual meeting of the A ndover Auxil- 
iary of the American McAU Association. 



The church meeting of last Wednesday 
night developed a vivacious discussion. There 
was a good attendance also. Plans are on foot 
for additional gatherings on Wednesday night 
including a reading circle, a singing class, and 
a teacher-training class. 

The sewing circle of the Women's Union has 
room for as many workers as the 25 ladies who 
were at the missionary meeting last Thursday. 
The latter meeting included an interesting ad- 
dress from Rev. Mr. Judy. 

The executive officers of the Sunday school 
have voted to re-establish the kindergarten 
with a trained kindergartner as teacher. 



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Pastok: Frank R. Shipman; residence, (54 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clebk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Tbeasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. F. : Jesse F. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: (i. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peircc, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Ycnnard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted v\ith strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness ; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STKEKT NO. 



The above name refers U 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

POUNDED 1711 






Unto Gcd be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 




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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 3rd 
Selection. Lessons, Joshua 14: 6-14, 2 Corin- 
thians 3: 1-11, 4: 1-6. Hymns, 31, 623, 336. 
Sermon, "On not losing courage," 2 Cor. 4: 1. 

11.50 The Bible School. Attendance last 
Sunday, 118. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Topic, " Acquaintance with God," 
Job 22: 21, 22. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the pas- 
tor, " An Earnest Question." 

TUESDAY 

3.30 Meeting of the "Bible Ten" in the 
vestry. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.4o Meeting of Preparation for the Com- 
munion. 

THURSDAY 
3 00 Quarterly meeting of the Women's 
Union, with postponed annual reports and 
election of officers. 



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There will be special music; but as this is 
the opening meeting of the year, large oppor- 
tunity will be given to greet old friends and 
new. 

Our motto for this year is, "And let the 
beauty of the Lord our God be upon us, and 
establish thou the work of our hands upon us; 
yea, the work of our hands establish thou it." 

It is hoped that all the women of the church 
will make a special effort to be present, and a 
very cordial invitation is extended to all 
strangers who are to make their church home 
with us this year. Tea will be served during 
the afternoon. 

The membership fee of 25 cents can be paid 
to the treasurer at this meeting. Will not 
those who are unable to attend our weekly 
meetings help us by name and money? 



Dismissed, Oct. 20 — Mrs. Helena Lindsay 
Cook to the First Church, Exeter, N. H. 



Colonel George Ripley united with this 
church by letter from the Kirk Street Church, 
Lowell, in 1870, and from that time was a 
leader in the counsels of the church. He was 
its generous financial supporter, and was re- 
lied upon as well for his good judgment, tact, 
fairness, and scrupulous truthfulness. For a 
number of years he was superintendent of the 
Sunday school, and they were years in which 
frequent improvements were introduced. His 
motto may well have been, " Whatsoever thy 
hand rindeth to do, do it heartily." 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles l T . Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. F. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME_ . 



STREET NO. 



The ;ibove name refeis 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 



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Unto God be glory in the Church and 
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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. Responsive Read- 
ing, last Selection. Lesson, Luke 22: 1-23. 
Hymns, 178, 288. Sermon, " Christ's De- 
sire," Luke 22: 15. 

The morning service will be followed by cel- 
ebration of the Holy Communion. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 12.00, main Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 178. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. Topic, " A ftesli 
beginning." 

7.30 Musical meeting of the Senior Y. P. 
S. C. E. Subject, "The Story of a Great 
Hymn,—" Lead, kindly Light." 

TUESDAY 

Fall gathering of the church and congrega- 
tion. 

0.30—7.00, Greetings. 

7.00—8.00, Supper will be served by the 
young men of the church. The usual admis- 
sion charge of ten cents will be made. 

After supper the following program will be 
given: 

Piano Solo Arthur Johnson 

Recitation, "But Yet a King." 

-James Hart well Abbott 
Violin Solo Marvin Ray ? 

Address Rev. William Ewing 

State Superintendent of Sunday-schools, Mich- 
igan. 



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WEDNESDAY 

T.4-) Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, ''Conversion needed more than once," 
Joshua 24: 14-28. 

8.30 Teacher Training Class. Meeting for 
organization. Stop and see how attractive it 
is going to be. 

THURSDAY 

3 30 Piayer meeting of the Women's Union* 
Subject, "Looking to God in Little Things," 
Luke 16: 10. 

7.4") Meeting of the Courteous Circle. An- 
nual election of officers. Admission service 
and special music. 



Once more we are obliged to part with our 
organist. Today will be the last Sunday here 
of Miss Mabel l'eirce, who has been our or- 
ganist for the past two years, always faithful 
diligent and ready to give her help in ordinary 
and special services. Her many friends in the 
congregation will follow her from here with 
appreciative and cordial good wishes. 

The Fall Convention of the Merrimack Val- 
ley League of King's Daughters will be held on 
Tuesday (3.30 and 7.00) in the Lawrence 
Street Church. Miss Mary A. Blodgett will 
speak in behalf of tie "Traveler's Aid " in the 
afternoon. Rev. Arthur Barber will give the 
evening address. 

The Andover and Woburn Branch of the 
Woman's Board of Missions will meet in the 
Congregational Church of Melrose Highlands 
on Thursday at 1030 and 2.00. The speakers 
will include Miss Constance Parker, recently 
of Abbot Academy, in the morning, and Miss 
Frost of the Zulu Mission in the afternoon. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, H4 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 
Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 
Treasurer: John Alden. 
Deacons: Charles V. Hell, Frank T. 

Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert, 

E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 
Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, 



Carlton, 
Jonathan 



Mrs. .1. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : .Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: (i. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Cleric. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangeis, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Cemers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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S<HJTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER . MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 4th 
Selection. Lessons, Judges 6, Luke 6 : 1-19. 
Hymns, 400, 90, 490. Sermon, "The Church 
for Christ, and Christ with the Church," Luke 
6 : 17. / 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 12.00, main Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 196. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, 

"Wanted: men for Gideon's Band!" Judges 
7 : 2-7 ; leader, Mr. William H. Foster. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by the 
pastor on "The City of Mexico." 

MONDAY 

7.45 With Miss Blunt, Salem street, meet- 
ing of the Sunshine Ten. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.4o Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, ''The Gideon Associates," Judges 7. 

8.30 Organization of the Reading Circle. 
All are invited. The names already handed in 
ensure a good company to discusss an interest- 
ing book once a fortnight. 



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THURSDAY 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing for a missionary family in Traverse 
( ity, Mich. Bedding and clothing are asked 
for the barrel. Please send them to the vestry 
on Thursday. The family consists of father, 
mother, girl of 14, and boys of 11, 5 and 2. 



u Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be 
wise"; but let the absent know that the soci- 
able of Tuesday night was a very pleasant one. 
Those who were there were pleased with them- 
selves, pleased with the young men who man- 
aged the supper and pleased with our parish. 

The new officers of the Women's Union are: 
President, Miss Mary Alice Abbot; vice-presi- 
dent, Mrs. Carlton ; secretary, Miss Mary 
Richards ; treasurer, Miss Ellis ; chairman of 
prayer meeting committee, Miss Florence Kim- 
ball ; home missionary. Miss Susan Jackson; 
foreign missionary, Mrs. Bell and Miss Emily 
Torrey ; sewing, Miss Poor; hospitality, Mrs. 
Benjamin Brown ; social, Miss Hewes; domes- 
tic, Mrs. George T. Abbott. 

And have you joined the Union, and sent 
your 25 cents to Miss Ellis? 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

roUNDED 1711 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 5th 
Selection. Lessons, 1 Samuel 18, Luke 7: 1-17. 
Hymns, 37, 441, 498. Sermon, "The Cure for 
Separations," Luke 7: 16. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 11.50, main Bible School. At- 
tendance last Sunday, 113. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Topic, "The Islands of the Sea;" 
leader, Miss Florence Mears. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Address by Mrs. 
Mary Wooster Mills, principal of the Schauffler 
Missionary Training School in Cleveland. A 
collection will be taken for this valuable home 
missionary work. 

MONDAY 

7.45 Semi-annual business meeting of Y. P. 
S. C. E., followed by social. 

TUESDAY 

2.30 Extra sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. A barrel will be packed for a mis- 
sionary family in Traverse City. Ask Miss 
Poor what the barrel still lacks. Perhaps 
you have it and can give it. 

7.45 Neighborhood prayer meeting with Mr. 
and Mis. Towne, Rocky Hill Road. 



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WEDNESDAY 

7.4o Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, '"The Story of Jephthah," Judges 
11, 12. 

8.30 In the parlor, organization of the 
Bible School Teacher-training class. 

8.30 Social in the vestry, with light refresh- 
ments at 9.15. 

THURSDAY 

3.30 Missionary meeting of the Women's 
Union. Miss Clara R. Boynton will speak of 
"Schools in the South." 



The Junior Endeavor society is gaining 
numbers. They are collecting stamps to be 
sent out to foreign mission schools as prizes. 

Towards twenty ladies were at work in the 
last sewing meeting. 

Next Sunday will be observed in the Sunday 
school with a special program on the subject 
of Temperance. In the evening, stereopticon 
views of the last quarter's lessons. 

On Thursday an all day missionary training 
institute will be held in the Ford Building, 
Boston. Missionary committees will find it 
worth while to attend. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 




Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 6th 
Selection. Lessons, Psalm 65, Luke 7:36-50. 
Hymns, 652, 648, 277. Sermon, "Gratitude the 
Root of Christian Living," Luke 7:47. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 11.50, main Bible School. 
Special exercises od the Temperance topic. 
Attendance last Sunday, 194. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

0.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Subject, "The beauty of grati- 
tude," Ps. Ill; leader, Miss Jennie Hunter. 

7.30 The pastor will give a stereopticon 
lecture in the church, illustrating the Sunday 
.School lessons of the last two months. The 
lessons covered the stirring lives of Joshua 
and Gideon. A collection will be laken for 
expenses. 

MO X DAY 

7.45 Chorus rehearsal of Christmas music. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.4o Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Topic, "Reasons for Thankfulness," Ephesians 
5:20. 

8.30 First meeting of the Reading Circle. 
The book selected is Dr. Josiah Strong's "New 
Era." Copies may be had for 35 cents. 



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THURSDAY 

10.30 Onion services for Thanksgiving Day. 

The sermon will be preached by Rev. William 
E. Lombard, pastor of the Baptist Church. 

FRIDAY 

4.00 The new Boys' Society. 

BAPTIZED, Nov. 19— John M. Holt. 

The Women's Union has packed three mis- 
sionary barrels, with an estimated value of SSO. 

Contributions for the Schaufrler Missionary 
Training -School amount, so far, to SIT. 7"). 

The new officers of the Senior Y. P. S. C. E., 
are: President, William H. Foster ; vice presi- 
dent, Ernest Wood: secretaries, Miss Edith 
Hunter and Miss Ethel Hemenway; treasurer. 
Walter H. Thompson; chairmen of committees, 
Misses Fannie Erving, Maria Fail weather, 
Helen Bell, Helen Cates, Jennie Hunter, 
Messrs. Frederick Cheever and James Fair- 
weather. 

Xext Sunday night the speaker of the even- 
ing will be Miss Ruth Boyden, the new mis- 
sionary of the Lawrence Neighborhood League. 

Mr. Torrey, with the pastor, represented 
this church at the dismission council in the 

West Church on Tuesdav. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist.' Harry S. Lowd, IJpad Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER,MASS. 

roUNOED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, Ttli 
Selection. Sermon by Rev. Charles H. Cutler, 
D. D , pastor of the First Church in Bangor, 
Me. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten ; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 11.50, main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, ' : Les- 
sons from the Story of Ruth"; leader, Miss 
Fannie G. Ervin". 

7.30 Evening worship, with address by 
Miss Ruth Boyden, missionary of the Law- 
rence Neighborhood League This new or- 
ganization aims to bring a neighborly contact 
to the foreign -speaking immigrants in Law- 
rence. 

WEDNESDAY 

3.30 The Bible Ten of the Courteous Circle 
will meet with Mrs. F. G. Moore, Washington 
avenue. 

7.4o Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "When Duty is Unattractive," Ruth I. 

8.30 In the vestry, the Bible Teacher 
training class. 

8.30 Social in the parlor, and at 9.15 light 
refreshments, provided by the Women's Union. 



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THURSDAY 

3.30 Prayer meeting of the Women's Union. 

7.45 The Courteous Circle. Miss Hattie 
Erving will read a Christmas Story. Music 
by Mrs. F. G. Moore and Miss Eleanor Holt. 

FRIDAY 

4.00 The new Boys' Society. 



The kindergarten is showing its popularity. 
It mustered 16 scholars last Sunday. 

The Temperance exercise in the main school 
last Sunday more than fulfilled expectations. 

Scholars of the school brought in about $20 
in money and food as a Thanksgiving present 
to the Home for Little Wanderers. 

To judge by its numbers and interest, the 
teacher training class is going to be a success. 
Plan to attend it on Wednesday night. 

The church has received from Mr. Samuel 
H. Chittenden of East River, Conn., the kind 
and welcome gift of a colored photograph of 
his uncle, Dr. Milton Badger, pastor here from 
1828 to 1835. It has been hung in the large 
vestry. 



John M. Holt, died Nov. 22, 190' 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak witli him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 



ANDOYERJ 

roUNDED 


MASS. 

1711 








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Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter. 8th 
Selection. Sermon by Rev. Allen C. Ferrin, 
pastor of the High Street Church, Lowell: 
"The Worth-While of (Christian Discipleship," 
Matthew 19:27. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten; Miss Lucy A. 
Allen, teacher. 11.50, main Bible School. 
Attendance last Sunday, 201. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 The Senior Y. P. S. U. E. Subject, 
"Confident Testimony for Christ"; leader, 
Miss Kendall. 

7.30 Evening worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, "A Light in Great Darkness," Isaiah 
9:2. 

TUESDAY 

7.15 Meeting of the Willing Workers with 
Mrs. Philip F. Ripley, Wilson's Corner. Take 
7.10 car (hour schedule) from the Square. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.4o Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "The Beginning of a Great Life," I 
Samuel 3. 

8.30 The Reading Circle. Read "New Era," 
pp. 170-177. The reading made an excellent 
start two weeks ago. All welcome, to hear or 
to join in the discussion. 



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THURSDAY 

3.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 
Sewing for a poor pastor's family in Fall 
River. 

FRIDAY 
4.00 The new Boys' Society. 



The North Essex Congregational Club will 
meet in Trinity Church tomorrow evening. 
The occasion will be "Ladies' Night." Supper 
at seven (50 cents). The Trinity church choir 
will sing, and there will be a discussion of the 
subject, "The sermons ministers and laymen 
prefer." 

Miss Ruth Boydeu, who is administering the 
settlement work among the Syrians in Law- 
rence, asks for pieces of cretonne, silk, print, 
etc. Bundles may be left with Mrs. Melledge, 
6 Chestnut, or Mrs. Kendall, 7 Chestnut street. 

If anyone could give away a suit of clothes 
adapted to a man of slight build, 5 ft. 6 in. 
tall, the pastor would like to hear from him. 



Dismissed, Dec. 4 — Miss Helen E. Bodwell 
to St. Philip's Church, Easthampton. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
&uperinten<ient'. 

A. K. A. : G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Uxher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Mew-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS . 

roUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 8th 
Selection. Lessons, 1 Kings 19, Matthew 
13:24-43. Hymns, 57, 557, 468. Sermon, 
"Patience and Positiveness." Matt. 13:28, 29. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten, 11.50; main 
Bible School. Attendance last Sunday, 203. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

(J.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Subject, '"Hawaii ; "' leader, Miss 
Edith Whitman. 

7.30 Evening worship. The service will 
have regard to the one hundredth anniversary 
of the birth of John Creenleaf Whittier (Dec. 
17). Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Miss Ethel West, 
Mr. Philip Hardy will read from Whittier's 
poems, and his hymns of which our book con- 
tains a number, will be sung. 

MONDAY 
2.30 Extra meeting of the Women's Union. 
A barrel will be packed for the French pastor's 
family in Fall River. 

TUESDAY 

7.00-10.00 Fair, under the auspices of the 
Senior Y. P. S. C. E. and the Ministering Ten 
of the Courteous Circle. The proceeds will go 
to the C. E. piano fund and the relief work of 
the Courteous Circle. There will be tables for 
the sale of ice cream, candy, chocolate, cake, 
fancy articles and mystery bundles. At 7 .45 
an entertainment will be given of vocal music, 
instrumental music by the Phillips Banjo and 



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Mandolin Clubs, and the play, recently pre- 
sented by the Punchard seniors, will be re- 
peated. Admission, fifteen cents. Both causes 
are worthy. Come, enjoy yourself, and en- 
courage the two organizations of young people. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church 
.Subject, "Private and Public Morality;" 1 
Samuel 7. 

8.80 Bible-teacher Training Class. Miss 
Harriet Carter will lead the discussion on 
"Curiosity." Mr. Shipman will give sugges- 
tions for teaching the review. 

THURSDAY 
3.30 Foreign missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. Subject, "Industrial Mis- 
sions." 

7.4.") Prayer meeting in Scotland District. 

FRIDAY 
7.15 Sociable of the new Boys' Society. 



Dismissed, Dec. 11 — Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
A. Bod well to tie First Church, Bradford. 



Miss Ruth Boyden asks for Christmas help 
for her clubs among the Syrian young people 
of Lawrence. Toys, new or old, whole or 
broken, and pieces of cretonne, silk, print, 
etc., may be sent to Mrs. MelleJge or Mrs. 
Kendall before Dec. 21. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E. : Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness : change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 



ORDER OF MORNING WORSHIP 



SOUTH CHURCH 



FOR THE 



SUNDAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS 



CHRISTMAS CONCERT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



DECEMBER TWENTY-SECOND 
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVEN 



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Organ Prelude: Offertory Wely 

Processional Hymn: "Sing, oh, Sing, this Blessed Morn." 

Gounod 
Chorus 

Responsive Reading, Selection 42 The Congregation 

Hymn 160: "O come, all ye faithful." The Congregation 
Prayer 

Hymn: "Jesus is Come." Burdett 

Chorus 

THE SHEPHERDS 
Responsive Reading 

Superintendent. — "But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, 
though thou be little among thousands of Judah, yet out 
of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler 
in Israel." 

Congregation. — "And Joseph went up from Galilee, 
out of the city of Nazareth, unto Judea, unto the city of 
David, which is called Bethlehem, with Mary his espoused 
wife." 

Superintendent.— "And she brought forth her first- 
born son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid 
him in a manger; because there was no room for them in 
the inn." 

Congregation. — "And there were in the same country 
shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their 
flock by night." 

Superintendent.— "And, Io, the angel of the Lord 
came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round 
about them: and they were sore afraid." 

Congregation.— "And the angel said unto them. Fear 
not: for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy, 
winch shall be to all people." 

.1 Superintendent.— "For unto you is born this day in 
the city 6f David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." 

Congregation —"And this shall be a sign unto you; 
ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes lyine 
in a manger. ' y & . 

ano.el? e " in H e r d i ent 7r, An ? suddenl y th ere was with the 
saying' mUltltUde ° f the heavenly host praising God, and 

enrt1^ gregati01 V"S l0ry to God in the highest, and on 
earth, peace, good-will toward men." 



Hymn: "While Shepherds watched their Flocks." 

Arr. Sullivan 
Chorus 

Reading from "Ben Hur." Miss Fannie Erving 

Hymn: "O Little Town of Bethlehem." 

The Intermediate Department 
Recitation: "Jesus the Unspeakable Gift." 

Seven Intermediate Scholars 
Hymn: "Luther's Carol." The Primary Department 

Recitation: "Christmas Chimes." Four Primary Scholars 



THE WISE MEN 

Responsive Reading 

Superintendent. — The Lord hath broken the staff of 
the wicked, and the sceptre of the rulers. 

Congregation. — The sceptre shall not depart from 
Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh 
come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be. 

Superintendent. — I shall see him, but not now; I 
shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star 
out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel. 



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Congregation. — For unto us a child is born, unto us a 
suu is given: and the government shall be upon his 
shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Coun- 
sellor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The 
Prince of Peace. 

Superintendent. — Now when Jesus was born in Beth- 
lehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, 
there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem. 

Congregation. — Saying, Where is he that is born King 
of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are 
come to worship him. 

Superintendent.— When they had heard the king, they 
departed, and lo, the star which they saw in the east, went 
before them, till it came and stood over where the young 
child was. 

Congregation. — When they saw the star, they rejoiced 
with exceeding great joy. 

Recitation: "Keeping Christmas" (Henry Van Dyke). 
Hymn: "It came upon the Midnight Clear." 

Chorus 
Offering, For the Syrian Children in Lawrence 

Sermon: "Ready for Christmas," Luke 2:11. The Pastor 
Hymn 157: "Joy to the World." The Congregation 

Benediction 
Organ Postlude: Hallelujah Chorus Handel 



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TODAY 



3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30— Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "A Christmas 
Song," Luke 1: 46-55; leader, Miss Ethel West. 

730 Stereopticon lecture by the pastor, "The Holy 
Child." The illustrative pictures will be by Plockhorst, 
Hoffman and others. Congreg-ational hymns will be 
thrown on the screen, and Miss Mabel Carter, will sing- 
several Christmas carols. A collection will be asked. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 — Midweek meeting of the Church. Subject, "The 
Peace Bringer"; Luke 2:8-20, Hebrews 13. 

8.30 Meeting of the Prudential Committee with all 
who desire to join the Church at the next Communion. 

The Reading Circle will be postponed till next week. 

THURSDAY 
2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 

FRIDAY. 

3.30 With Mrs. Frank T. Carlton, 67 Central Street, 
meeting of the Visitors of the Home Department. 

6.00 Supper for the scholars of the intermediate, 
primary, and kindergarten departments of the Bible 
School. After the supper, which will begin promptly, the 
Christmas entertainment for the whole school will take 
place. At seven o'clock a little play called "Mother 
Goose," will be given, followed by Santa Claus and the 
tree. All members of the congregation are cordially in- 
vited to be present. 



The Communion Table which is in place this morn- 
ing is the gift of Mrs. George Ripley in memory of her 
parents, Hon. John Aiken and Mrs. Mary Means Aiken. 

Mr. Aiken was born in Bedford, N. H., on January 
30, T/97. a graduate of Dartmouth College; for many years 
agent of the Lawrence Mills in Lowell; and died Februarv 
10, 1867. J 

Mrs. Aiken was born in Hampton, N. H., on October 
29, 1801; and died July 5, 1883. 

Their marriage was on May 28, 1836. On their re- 
moval to Andover in 1850, they united with this church, 
July 7, by letter from the Kirk Street Church in Lowell 
1 hey were both devoted and honored members of this 
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flNDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 9th 
Selection. Lessons, Psalm 90, James 4 : 13-5: 
11. Hymns, 112, 99, 646. Sermon, "The Art 
of Numbering our Days," Psalm 90:12. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, main 
Bible School. 

3.00 Christmas Concert of the Junior Y. P. 
S. C. E. in the small vestry. Members of the 
church are invited to honor this, our last 
Christmas observance, with their presence and 
encouragement. There will be carols and 
recitations, and an offering for the orphan 
girl, Tae Rizoba, whom the Juniors are help- 
ing to support in Ahmednagar, India. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Subject, "The End of the Year;' 1 
leader, Harry S. Lowd. Preparatory prayer 
meeting at 6.15. 

7.30 Evening worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, "The Shut Door." 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Service of preparation for the Com- 
munion. 



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8.30 The Reading Circle will begin the 
chapter, "The Problem of the City." All in- 
terested are invited to hear the outline reading 
and to join in the discussion. 

THURSDAY 

3.30 First-of-the-month meeting of the 
Women's Union. Miss H. Ellen Branch, who 
is engaged in rescue work in Boston, vvill 
speak on "The Training of Girls." 

7.4") Meeting of the Courteous Circle; 
leader, Mrs. Pratt. 

FRIDAY 

4.00 The new Boys' Society. 



Oar services for the Sunday before Christ- 
mas were pleasant and happy without ex- 
ception. In the morning conceit the chief 
part was borne, naturally, by the chorus, and 
not for many years have we had a chorus 
which sang as well. Mr. Frederick Moore 
was the trainer, while Mr. Carlton framed the 
general program. 

On Friday night the Women's Union served 
supper for over a hundred of tte younger mem- 
bers of the Sunday school. Then came a little 
play and distribution of candy boxes from un- 
usually pretty trees, and by eight o'clock the 
well-managed evening was over, and the crowd 
had melted away. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Yennard, To Central Street, Sexton. 

The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, last 
Selection. Lesson, Psalm 17. Hymns, 640, 
498. Sermon, "Satisfied,*' Ps. 17 :15. 

The morning service will be followed by 
celebration of the Holy Communion. 

10.30 Sunday kindergarten. 12.00, main 
Bible School. Attendance last Sunday, 204. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

7.30 Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, "True 
Blessedness," Ps. 1, Matt. 5:3-12; leader, Mr. 
Chester J. Farmer. Preparation meeting at 
7.15. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. Sub- 
ject, "A Good Witness for Christ," John 
1 : 19-34. 

8.30 Bible-teacher Training class. Miss 
Harriet Carter will lead the discussion on 
"Interest." Miss Mary Bell will teach the 
lesson for Jan. 12. 

THURSDAY 

2.30 Sewing meeting of the Women's 
Union. 

7.15 Meeting of the Willing Workers with 
Mrs. Philip Ripley. Haverhill car leaves the 
Square at 7.10. 



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FRIDAY 
4.00 The K. O. K. A. 



The annual meeting of the Church will be 
held on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The Women's 
Union has made itself responsible for the 
supper, which will be provided by a caterer. 
They will ask for a special collection next 
Sunday morning and will provide envelopes at 
that time for contributions. The cost of the 
supper is usually about $90. 

On Jan. 23, we shall have a men's supper and 
meeting, addressed by Rev. Clarence E Yin- 
cent, D. D., pastor of Immanuel-Walnut Church 
in Roxbury. . 

Late offerings in the church amounted to 
$10 (Dec. 8), for the Congregational Church 
Building Society; $13 (Dec. 22) for the Syrian 
children in Lawrence; $2.55 (Junior C. E. 
concert) for the Hindu orphan, Tae Rizoba. 
At the recent fair, the C. E. Society made $35 
for its piano fund, and the Ministering Ten $17 
for its relief work. 



We chronicle with regret the death of gentle 
little Miss Lucy French, a steadfast member of 
our summer congregation. She was a grand- 
daughter of Rev. Jonathan French, second 
pastor of this church, 1772-1809. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle: Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and spe,.k with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and. 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 

NAME 



STREET NO.- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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SOUTH CHURCH 

ANDOYER , MASS. 

roUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 




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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 10th 
Selection. Lessons, 2 Chronicles 1. Acts 24. 
Hymns, 00, 271, 296. Sermon, "The Value of 
Being a Christian," Acts 24: 25. 

10. 30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

0.30 Honorary members' meeting of the 
Senior Y. P. S. C. E. Subject, -'The True 
Center of Life," John 15: 1-10; leader, Dr. Guy 
Gilbert. 

7.30 Evening Worship. Sermon by the 
pastor, "If Ye Know these things." 

MONDAY 

7.30 With Miss Hewes, Porter Road, meet- 
ing of the Sunshine Ten. 

7.4.") In the parlor, meeting of the Reading 
Circle. 

TUESDAY 

7.45 In the Trinitarian Church of North 
Andover. quarterly meeting of the Andover 
Christian Endeavor Union. Speaker, Mr. Wil- 
liam Shaw. 



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WEDNESDAY 

45 Supper and annual meeting of the 
Church. After-supper speeches are expected 
from Mr. Charles H. Shearer, Miss Lucy Anne 
Allen, superintendent of the Sunday kinder- 
garten, Mr. M. D. Brock, Merlin of the local 
castle of the Knights of King Arthur, Mr. 
David Shaw, for the music committee of the 
Church, and Rev. Arthur Barber, pastor of 
Trinity Church, Lawrence. Following these 
addresses, the election of officers for the ensu- 
ing year will take place, the treasurer's report 
will be read, and the annual appropriations 
will be called for. We expect this to be one 
of the most enjoyable in a long line of annual 
meetings. 

THURSDAY 

3*30 Home missionary meeting of the 
Women's Union. An interesting speaker will 
be present, — Mrs. Ida Yose Woodbury, who 
has made a tour recently of A. M. A. schools. 

FRIDAY 

3.80 With Mrs. J. L. Brewster, 11 Locke 
street, meeting of the McAll Auxiliary. 
4.00 The K. O. K. A. 



The new church "Directory " will be for sale 
this noon in the vestibule. Price, five cents a 
copy. 



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Pastor: Frank R. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gutterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles V. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Charles II. Gilbert^ Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
hall, George A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Sunday School: Francis II. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: Jesse E. West, President. 

Juntor Y. P. S. C. P.: Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: (i. Roderick Cannon, President 

Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt. David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Cleric. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel E. 
Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 
Oliver W. Vennard, 7. r > Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangcis, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence : 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. 1'lease fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STKEKT NO. 



The above name refeis t< 



New-Comers 


Change of 
Residence 


Sickness 


Special Call 
Requested Soon 




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ANDOYER , 1 

FOUNDED 


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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 1Kb 
Selection. Lessons, 2 Kings 2, Mark 10: 17-31. 
Hymns, 83, 440, 288. Sermon, " The Value of 
Being a Christian," Mark 10: 22. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Missionary meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. 0. K. Subject, "Ir. the Islands of the 
Pacific" ; leader, Miss Helen Hell. 

7.30 Stereopticon lecture by the pastor on 
"Our Mission Work in Micronesia."' The 
slides are colored, vivid and interesting. A 
collection will he taken for expenses. 

TUESDAY 

7.45 Bible-teacher Training Class. Miss 
Harriet Carter will lead it. 

7.45 Prayer meeting at Mr. Samuel 
Thonies', Pocky Hill Road. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Adjourned Annual meeting of the 
Church. Reports of the Clerk, Sunday school, 
Women's Union, Courteous Circle and Chris- 
tian Endeavor Societies are to be presented, 
and Sunday-school officers elected. A number 
of messages from absent members will be read. 



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THURSDAY 

J.;10 Sewing meeting of the Women's Union. 

7.4."> Men's Social Evening. The Raymond 
Quartet will sing. Rev. ("lark Carter will 
read an original poem. Rev. Clarence A. Vin- 
cent, D. D., of Roxbury, a recent welcome ad- 
dition to the Boston preachers, will give an 
address. Light refreshments will be served. 
All the men of the parish are cordially in- 
vited. 

FRIDAY 

4.00 Excalibur Castle, K. O. K. A. 

7. 4.") Choir Rehearsal. 

The annual supper of last Wednesday Jii^lit 
verified predictions, and "was one of the most 
enjoyable in a long line" of such events. It 
is impossible yet to give a full repoit of busi- 
ness transacted at the annual meeting. 

An interested company was at the church 
Friday night to meet our new organist, Mr. 
Frederick Moore, and to organize a chorus 
choir. It was a very gratifying meeting, and 
the outlook for the choir is bright. 

Next Sunday morning Rev. Edward S. Tead, 
secretary of t^e Congregational Education 
Society, will speak here. This is one of our 
six great sociel ies. 



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Pastor: Frank K. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 

Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myr<»n E. Gutterson. 

TREASURER: John Alden. 

DEACONS: Uharles I". Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis II. Foster, Charles H. Gilbert, Jonathan 
E. Holt, T. Frank Pratt. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Mrs. .). 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Benjamin Brown, Mrs. 
David Shaw. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter. John F. Kim- 
hall. Ceorge A. Parker, Charles C. Torrey. 

Francis II. Foster, Superin- 



s Mary Alice Abbot, Prexi 
Mrs. Francis II. Foster, 



Sunday Schooi 
tendent. 

Women's Union : Mi 

dent 
Courteous Circle: 

Acting Leader. 
Y. P. S. C. F. : Jesse F. West, President. 
Junior Y. P. S. C. F. : Mis> Florence I. Abbott, 

Superintendent. 
A. K. A.: (r. Roderick Cannon, President 
Parish: George A. Parker, John Y. Holt, David 

Shaw, Assessors. F. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 

J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Miss Mabel F. 

Peirce, Organist. Harry S. Lowd, Head Usher. 

Oliver \V. Vennard, 75 Central Street, Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence ; 
new-comers; pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



STREET NO.- 



The above name refers to 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon 




WEEKLY CALENDAR 

SOUTH CHURCH 

flNDOYER , MASS. 

FOUNDED 1711 





Unto God be glory in the Church and 
in Christ Jesus.— Ephesians 3 : 21. 



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SUNDAY 

10.30 Morning Worship. The Psalter, 12tli 

Selection. Hymns, 554, 502, 499. Sermon by 
Rev. Edward S. Tead of Boston, secretary of 
the Congregational Education Society. 

10.30 The Sunday kindergarten. 11.50, 
main Bible School. 

3.00 Junior Y. P. S. C. E. 

6.30 Consecration meeting of the Senior Y. 
P. S. C. E. Topic, "How God speaks to men," 
Psalm 19; leader, Miss M.Winnie Burtt. Prep- 
aration meeting at 6.15. 

7.30 In the town hall, a stereopticon lecture 
on The Prevention and Cure of Tuberculosis- 
The lecturer will be Dr. John B. Hawes of 
Boston, Secretary of the State Commission for 
this great modern movement. Admission free. 

WEDNESDAY 

7.45 Midweek meeting of the Church. 
Subject, "An Immortal Conversation," John 3. 

8.30 Reading Circle, to which all are in- 
vited. 

After two weeks of annual meeting, we 
shall come back with a new zest to our prayer 
meeting. 



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THURSDAY 

3.00 (Note change of hour). Quarterly 
meeting of the Women's Union. Besides the 
reports and regular business, an attractive 
program of entertainment has been arranged- 
Mr. Gay lord Gates will play the violin, Mrs. 
Scott and Miss Carter will sing Mendelssohn 
songs. At 4.15 Prof. Samuel J. MacWatters 
of P>oston University will give his dramatic 
reading of the life of St. Paul. A collection 
will be taken to defray expenses. This oppor- 
tunity to hear Professor MacWatters is a 
notable one. He was one of the special at- 
tractions of the last State Sunday-school Con- 
vention. 

7. 4.") Choir Pehearsal. 

FRIDAY 

4.00 Excalibur Castle, K. O. K. A. 



The list of church officers for the ensuing- 
year was completed on Wednesday night as 
follows: Mr. George S. Minor and Rev. Charles 
C. Torrey, deacons for six and four years; Mr. 
J. Harold Melledge, member of the prudential 
committee; Mrs. J. Warren Berry and Mrs. 
Charles U. Bell, deaconesses for four and three 
years. Clerk, treasurer, auditor and Sunday- 
school officers were unanimously re-elected. 

On a recent Saturday night our C. E. So- 
ciety entertained in the Syrian Mission in 
Lawrence. 



(Eljurrij Sirrrlnry 



Pastor: Frank K. Shipman; residence, 64 Central 
Street; telephone, 49-12. 

Clerk: Myron E. Gntterson. 

Treasurer: John Alden. 

Deacons: Charles U. Bell, Frank T. Carlton, 
Francis H. Foster, Jonathan E. Holt, George S. 
Minor, Charles C. Torrey. 

Deaconesses: Miss Mary Alice Abhot, Mrs. J. 
Warren Barnard, Mrs. Charles U. Bell, Mrs. 
J. Warren Berry. 

Prudential Committee: Pastor, Clerk, Treas- 
urer, Deacons, and Clark Carter, John F. Kim- 
ball, J. Harold Melledge, George A. Parker. 

Sunday School: Francis H. Foster, Superin- 
tendent. 

Women's Union: Miss Mary Alice Abbot, Presi- 
dent. 

Courteous Circle : Mrs. Francis H. Foster, 
Acting Leader. 

Y. P. S. C. E.: William H. Foster, President. 

Junior Y. P. S. C. E. : Miss Florence I. Abbott, 
Superintendent. 

A. K. A.: G. Roderick Cannon, President. 

K. (). K. A.: Maynard D. Brock, Merlin. 

Parish: George A. Parker, John V. Holt, David 
Shaw, Assessors. E. Kendall Jenkins, Clerk. 
J. Warren Berry, Treasurer. Frederick G. 
Moore, Organist. Frederick E. Cheever, Head 
Usher, oiiver W. Vennard, 75 Central Street, 
Sexton. 



The pastor desires to become acquainted with strangers, and 
they are invited to remain after any service and speak with him. 
He also wishes to know of cases of sickness; change of residence; 
new-comers: pastoral calls desired, etc. Please fill out blank be- 
low, draw a cross over the square giving the information, and 
place the paper in the offertory bag. 



NAME 



STREET NO. 



The above name refers to 



New-Comers 



Change of 
Residence 



Sickness 



Special Call 
Requested Soon